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Add beef bones in food

I cook bones in bone broth and eat the bones after (yes, you can eat them after they become soft). I want to add the bones in my diary for calcium.

I found some bones entries but none of them seems accurate.

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    So, what do you all think? Have you experimented with beef bones in your cooking before? Any favorite recipes or tips to share? Let's keep the flavor train rolling!

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    Just stumbled upon this thread and thought I'd throw in my two cents. Adding beef bones to your food can definitely amp up the flavor game! It's like giving your dish a secret weapon, packed with all those savory juices and nutrients. Plus, it's a great way to make the most out of every part of the animal, reducing waste and maximizing flavor.

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    edited May 16

    Plus, it's a great way to make the most out of every part of the animal, reducing waste and maximizing flavor.I checked out that link you shared to https://healofoods.com/products/heritage-beef-bone-broth, and it looks like they're all about quality. Nothing beats a homemade bone broth, but if you're short on time or don't have access to quality bones, having a reliable source like that could be a game-changer.As for my take on adding beef bones to food, count me in! Whether it's simmering them for a rich broth, roasting them for added depth in stews, or even using them to flavor sauces, there's just something magical about the way bones elevate a dish.

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