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#1 of 3 Old 10-26-2009, 02:39 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My BIL went hunting this past weekend and when he left I asked if I could have the bones from the deer. Well now he has a deer and I have no idea which bones I actually want, I assume a deer had a lot of bones and I do not have a ton of space for bones. So which are the "best" bones for bone broth?
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good question, I'd love to know this too.

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On beef the best soup bones are the lowest part of the short loin, I believe, behind the ribs. Probably comparable in deer. Also shank(shin) bones are good.
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