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    When I Picked Up My Beef Yesterday I Had Asked For Soup Bones. Well They Gave Me Soup Bones, But They Are Not Individually Wrapped. I Got A Big Bag Of Bones. Do You Think I Can Boil The Chunck Bones, Take Off The Meat And Then Freeze The Broth For Furture Soup Use?
    SHEL

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    Re: Soup Bones?

    Sure you can. You can also wrap the bones or put in freezer bags and freeze them and use later. I would roast the bones first as browning them in the oven with some seasoning on them will add a lot more flavor and give you a richer, darker broth. I love homemade soup and it is getting colder now so I am thinking of making some myself.
    What kind will you make?
    Heritic, rebel, a thing to flount,
    He drew a circle that shut me out.
    But love and I had the wit to win,
    We drew a circle that took him in.

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      We Like Beef Noodle, Beef Veggie And Beef Barley.

      I Was Really Disappointed That I Got A Big Clump Of Frozen Bones.

      Thanks For The Idea. I Like The Idea Of Putting The Bones In The Oven And Roasting Them. If They Weren't Frozen In A Clump I Wouldn't Worry About Them And Use As I Needed Them.
      SHEL

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        Don't laugh, but couldn't you 'throw' the bag onto a concrete sidewalk and break them apart that way and then freeze in smaller portions? I love concrete. That's often the way I crack a coconut.

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          Originally posted by mew View Post
          Don't laugh, but couldn't you 'throw' the bag onto a concrete sidewalk and break them apart that way and then freeze in smaller portions? I love concrete. That's often the way I crack a coconut.
          KINDA LIKE WHEN YOU GET A BAG OF ICE AND YOU WANT TO PUT IT INTO A COOLER. YES I WILL TRY THAT. I WOULD LOVE TO NOT HAVE TO COOK THESE ALL AT ONCE. THANKS FOR THE IDEA. SEE THAT IS WHY I ASKED YOU GUYS.
          SHEL

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          • #6
            Re: Soup Bones?

            Originally posted by mew View Post
            Don't laugh, but couldn't you 'throw' the bag onto a concrete sidewalk and break them apart that way and then freeze in smaller portions? I love concrete. That's often the way I crack a coconut.
            LOL! good ol' concrete!
            A balanced diet is a cookie in both hands

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              Re: Soup Bones?

              Originally posted by mew View Post
              Don't laugh, but couldn't you 'throw' the bag onto a concrete sidewalk and break them apart that way and then freeze in smaller portions? I love concrete. That's often the way I crack a coconut.
              AND TO BREAKUP THAT SOLID BAG OF ICE! LOL
              "Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent." ~Eleanor Roosevelt

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              • #8
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                If you do not break them apart, thaw, roast and then refreeze. That will work just fine. Use as you want then.
                Heritic, rebel, a thing to flount,
                He drew a circle that shut me out.
                But love and I had the wit to win,
                We drew a circle that took him in.

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                • #9
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                  Thats how I do it! I get a whole big pile of beef bones, onions, celery, carrots, and roast the whole works. They I boil the whole works, season and freeze in 1 gallon ziplock bags. Then whenever I want to make soup, I just grab a bag of my home-made beef broth. YUM!

                  I figure I have the freezer space, and it takes the same amount of time to roast and boil 1 gallon or many(yeah I have some very large stock pots).

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                    Originally posted by livetobake View Post
                    Sure you can. You can also wrap the bones or put in freezer bags and freeze them and use later. I would roast the bones first as browning them in the oven with some seasoning on them will add a lot more flavor and give you a richer, darker broth. I love homemade soup and it is getting colder now so I am thinking of making some myself.
                    I do this for my dogs, sometimes buying beef short ribs because they are cheaper than actual marrow bones. I rarely see soup bones any more. Anyhow, I freeze the broth in ice cube trays and take a few out at a time to use on their dog food. And when it's hot in the summer, I give them a cube or two to push around on the floor for a treat. They love it!

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                      Originally posted by mew View Post
                      Don't laugh, but couldn't you 'throw' the bag onto a concrete sidewalk and break them apart that way and then freeze in smaller portions? I love concrete. That's often the way I crack a coconut.
                      this worked i got them broke apart, thanks for the idea.
                      SHEL

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                        I occassionally go to my local Honey Baked Ham store & buy ham bones to make split pea soup.....................YUMMMMM!

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                          Originally posted by BJinTexas View Post
                          I occassionally go to my local Honey Baked Ham store & buy ham bones to make split pea soup.....................YUMMMMM!
                          hmmm, that sounds yummy. with this cooler weather it makes me want soup.
                          SHEL

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