What Do You Do With .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.

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  1. Doc E

    Doc E Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    What do you do with the parts of upland birds that most people don't eat (necks, backs, wings, legs) ?

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    I eat legs, sometimes eat the first half of the wings, & toss necks and backs. And of course eat breasts.
     
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    We make broth.
    We save up the parts and the wife does a"boil - simmer"for many days -- until you can crush the bones between your thumb and finger.
    Then she pressure cans the broth.
    We use it for soups, gravies, stews etc.
    She has almost 5 gallons on the stove right now.

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    We make broth.
    We save up the parts and the wife does a"boil - simmer"for many days -- until you can crush the bones between your thumb and finger.
    Then she pressure cans the broth.
    We use it for soups, gravies, stews etc.
    She has almost 5 gallons on the stove right now.

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  5. Blueyed-goof

    Blueyed-goof Senior Refuge Member

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    We eat the legs and breasts. The rest gets fed to the coyotes and buzzards.
     
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    3.5 mag Senior Refuge Member

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    Quail legs are the best part of the quail.
     

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