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maukik
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I have been buying "soup bones" from my grass-fed beef farmer.  They come frozen, about 4 pound bags.  They have enough meat to make 4-5 servings of beef for me, plus the bones for broth.  And it is some of the tastiest meat; I guess because it is so close to the bone.  

I pay only 3 dollars for these.  When I first started buying GF meat, I bought some of the better, pricey cuts.  I don't see a need for that now and only get other cuts occasionally.

  
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4-5 servings of beef, plus the bone broth, all for $3, that is a great price!
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Brilliant I get lamb pieces the same!! I reckon I end up with more meat for my money, & for the amount of effort & bone, than on chops...
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Do you cut the meat from the bones before cooking or do you cook as you would soup bones and then use the cooked meat???


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I cook as I would soup bones for about 2.25 to 2.75 hours then take the meat off the bones and cook the bones for a few hours longer for broth.
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Interesting tip!  I know there is some meat that doesn't get used when some people butcher.  This is a good example.  I wonder where else you can find food.  How about the brains?  You should ask him for them.  hehehehehe


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We used to eat brains done in breadcrumbs & white sauce They were actually very nice wonder how they rate for blood types?? Lola said -

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I d consider it having the same value as tongue , liver, heart and all
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