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Chicken Bone Broth
This clear broth is a perfect base for all your soups and stews, or use instead of water for cooking rice or grains.
Ingredients: Water, Chicken Bones

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Chicken Necks
Fill your house with the familiar smell of slow-cooked chicken soup. With stock made from pasture-raised birds, you can be sure that the goodness of the earth (not to mention tried and true Jewish tradition) will nourish you with every spoonful. Two packages will make a large pot of soup, one package can make a small pot.
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Chicken Soup Bones
When you need a more nutrient dense chicken broth, there is nothing better than our pastured chicken bones. Simmer with celery, carrots and onions to make a nutrient-dense, nourishing broth. We recommend about 4lbs bones per batch of soup.
Around 2lb per pack.
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Chicken Feet
NEW! These chicken feet are your bubbe's secret ingredient to the most powerful soup in Jewish history. Rich with flavor and gelatin, our pastured chicken feet will take your soup up at least two notches!

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