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Bone sauce for sale?

 
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Howdy,
Would anyone want to sell me some bone sauce, by chance? If so, please be in touch! Thanks!
 
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Hi Jp!

I don't currently know of anyone that is selling bone sauce.

if you collect some bones, you might be able to make Sepp Holzer's bone sauce yourself, which could save you money and give you a new skill that could make you money.

 
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I would be willing to make some, heaven knows I have enough bones at this point of the deer season stored up.

This would mean I would need to invest in another dutch oven, and I don't personally use this. I have friends here who would. Just be aware that it really stinks, and may not mail well.

I'm out of the country until mid december, if there is enough interest I can make some batches.
 
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Tj Jefferson wrote:I would be willing to make some, heaven knows I have enough bones at this point of the deer season stored up.

This would mean I would need to invest in another dutch oven, and I don't personally use this. I have friends here who would. Just be aware that it really stinks, and may not mail well.

I'm out of the country until mid december, if there is enough interest I can make some batches.



Hi Tj,
When you get back, if you're up for it, that would be great.  I know the stuff works and want to use it on a site I'll be planting. Do you think you'd be able to accommodate this?

I think it would work out well for mailing, so long as it was packaged securely  - a properly sealed mason jar within a ziplock or 2, surrounded by a bunch of dense packing material - shredded paper, etc would probably do the trick.

Thanks for your time!
 
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Making some this year. Thought I would freshen up the thread. I probably will offer some through permies.
 
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