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Money & Health Saving, Homemade Bone Broth

One batch of homemade bone broth gives you at least 12 cups or more depending on the size of your pressure cooker (this can be done in a slow cooker too, it will take longer though).  When I shop for chicken, I get a whole chicken and once the meat is all gone, I use the bones to make bone broth.  It's a great way to make sure nothing goes to waste. This recipe is so easy and way less expensive than buying true bone broth at the store each week.  Plus if you don't use the bone broth up within 5-7 days, you can easily freeze it for later use. 

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