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On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 3:46:12 PM UTC-6, Sheldon wrote:

https://moneyversed.com/over-looked-...=a705aol&ch=bt

What little I read was interesting but this site gets the prize for
CLICK BAIT.
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Yep! Love bone broth.

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On 2020-02-12 10:38 p.m., Julie Bove wrote:

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Yep! Love bone broth.


Cue Sheldon.
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Yep! Love bone broth.


Cue Sheldon.


Sheldon is the one who posted this. And for those of you who say bone broth
and stock are the same... They're not!



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Yep! Love bone broth.

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I never get bones like that! Really the only bones I get are from
chickens. Not the same?

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On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 5:32:16 PM UTC-5, wrote:
On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 3:46:12 PM UTC-6, Sheldon wrote:

https://moneyversed.com/over-looked-...=a705aol&ch=bt

What little I read was interesting but this site gets the prize for
CLICK BAIT.


Agreed. Usually those clickbait sites have more varied information on
each page, but this was just boring. And filled with unsubstantiated
health claims.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthy-eating/whats-the-scoop-on-bone-soup

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On 2020-02-13 1:34 a.m., Julie Bove wrote:

"Dave Smith" wrote in message
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On 2020-02-12 10:38 p.m., Julie Bove wrote:

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https://moneyversed.com/over-looked-...=a705aol&ch=bt


Yep! Love bone broth.


Cue Sheldon.


Sheldon is the one who posted this. And for those of you who say bone
broth and stock are the same... They're not!


No. You said Love bone broth.
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"Dave Smith" wrote in message
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On 2020-02-13 1:34 a.m., Julie Bove wrote:

"Dave Smith" wrote in message
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On 2020-02-12 10:38 p.m., Julie Bove wrote:

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https://moneyversed.com/over-looked-...=a705aol&ch=bt

Yep! Love bone broth.

Cue Sheldon.


Sheldon is the one who posted this. And for those of you who say bone
broth and stock are the same... They're not!


No. You said Love bone broth.


Right. But the link Sheldon posted is about bone broth.

*Whap*

Do keep up Dave!

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On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 3:46:12 PM UTC-6, Sheldon wrote:
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:-) Best Turkey Soup I ever made was from a Thanksgiving turkey carcass once years ago. It had this well baked turkey flavor, and YUM-O! :-) After I carved off all the meat I could, I broke up and put all the bones and other trimmings into a big soup pot, added some salt and simmered the hell out of it, and WOW!! :-) Beat every canned soup out there, because it was HOME MADE!

John Kuthe...


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John Kuthe wrote:
:-) Best Turkey Soup I ever made was from a Thanksgiving turkey carcass once years ago. It had this well baked turkey flavor, and YUM-O! :-) After I carved off all the meat I could, I broke up and put all the bones and other trimmings into a big soup pot, added some salt and simmered the hell out of it, and WOW!! :-) Beat every canned soup out there, because it was HOME MADE!


I agree with you, John. Stock/broth made from all the turkey
bones and bits is the tastiest of all. Simmered for 24 hours very
low. It's my favorite. Much better than chicken done the same
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On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7:50:04 AM UTC-6, Gary wrote:
John Kuthe wrote:
:-) Best Turkey Soup I ever made was from a Thanksgiving turkey carcass once years ago. It had this well baked turkey flavor, and YUM-O! :-) After I carved off all the meat I could, I broke up and put all the bones and other trimmings into a big soup pot, added some salt and simmered the hell out of it, and WOW!! :-) Beat every canned soup out there, because it was HOME MADE!


I agree with you, John. Stock/broth made from all the turkey
bones and bits is the tastiest of all. Simmered for 24 hours very
low. It's my favorite. Much better than chicken done the same
way.


I'll bet a Wild Turkey Soup would be YUM-O too! That delicious gamey flavor!! :-)

John Kuthe...
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On Fri, 14 Feb 2020 06:10:56 -0800 (PST), John Kuthe
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On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7:50:04 AM UTC-6, Gary wrote:
John Kuthe wrote:
:-) Best Turkey Soup I ever made was from a Thanksgiving turkey carcass once years ago. It had this well baked turkey flavor, and YUM-O! :-) After I carved off all the meat I could, I broke up and put all the bones and other trimmings into a big soup pot, added some salt and simmered the hell out of it, and WOW!! :-) Beat every canned soup out there, because it was HOME MADE!


I agree with you, John. Stock/broth made from all the turkey
bones and bits is the tastiest of all. Simmered for 24 hours very
low. It's my favorite. Much better than chicken done the same
way.


I'll bet a Wild Turkey Soup would be YUM-O too! That delicious gamey flavor!! :-)

John Kuthe...


Would taste like one of your Indian princesses.

Turkey is one soup I don't like, tastes like chicken soup that has
gone bad. I roast a turkey once a year for Thanksgiving (tradition),
I buy the smallest one I can find, on the second day the left overs
and the carcass go outside for the critters.... even our house cats
don't like turkey.
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On 2/13/2020 1:34 AM, Julie Bove wrote:

"Dave Smith" wrote in message
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On 2020-02-12 10:38 p.m., Julie Bove wrote:

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https://moneyversed.com/over-looked-...=a705aol&ch=bt


Yep! Love bone broth.


Cue Sheldon.


Sheldon is the one who posted this. And for those of you who say bone
broth and stock are the same... They're not!


I suspect Dave was waiting for Sheldon to make a childish remark about
boners.

Jill
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