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    hey there, I have a few questions about the bones but first the videos are so helpful!! You had cooked the bones you used in the video a while prior to using them- how do you store them and how long can you store them? Your teeth look great by the way. Love what you are doing- I am currently inspired to read Nourishing Traditions AGAIN.

    Thank you for the question, Christie. I go through so much bones that they are not stored for more than a month or two. I would think you could store them six months or more, just as you could an uncooked chicken or a turkey.

    I wrap them in wax paper and then put them in a freezer bag.

    Hope that Helps!

    Thank you so much for this video. I just finished making my first bone broth. I am wondering if you might know why it did not cook down? I had my crock pot set on high the whole time. It smells fabulous and I am excited to eat it. Just curious.

    Thank you for your question. I am guessing that your broth did not cook down because your crock pot has a good seal. If you find out differently, please post!

    Thank you for sharing with us and helping us learn. How many times do you use the same bones? In other words, after cooking the meat, are you speaking of putting the bones in the freezer then if you don't do the 24 hour cooking or put them in the freezer after the 24 hour cooking? Thanks.

    Thanks for reading Donna! You can use the bones again. There is an article in the Spring 2012 issue of Wise Traditions talking about multiple use of bones. I have been a one and done person, but apparently multiple uses are fine, with nutrient content still good, but flavor degrades. There is also talk of keeping a crock pot going all the time and continuing to add to it. I obviously haven't done that yet. Also you don't want to achieve a boil ever, and I have been a boiler for the first minute or so and then I go to simmer, but I am going straight to simmer now.

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