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  1. Rita Banning
    7/9/2015
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    Curtis, I whole- heartedly agree about making your own stock. I often get a nice big rotisserie chicken and remove most of the meat as soon as it is in the kitchen. Then, I put the bones, etc. in the pot and do as you suggested in your 5 steps. That stock is yummy and full of bits of meat from the bones as well. Any number of things can come from that stock in my house, including chicken pot pie, and various soups. What a bargain that rotisserie chicken is!

  2. Mike
    7/9/2015
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    thanks, get knowledge that you pass along on making soup stock..
    Maybe now i can make like my mom did as I was a child

  3. Irene from Ontario Canada
    7/9/2015
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    Thanks for sharing your expertise….you make it sound so simple that I might even try it!! I do like home make soup……I like lentil soup, yummy on a cold winter day!

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