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Also, make sure to add bones&meat into a cold water so fibers can slowly open up and release nutrients caught inside. Dumping meat into hot water will seal them inside (great if you just want to eat the meat). :) When I say cold water I mean "pour cold water, drop the stuff, and put on the cooker". Soaking over night might also be beneficial - my grandma always does that but she is simmering it only for 4 hours (not long enough IMO).

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Thanks! DH cooked with the broth I made & it's adequate - at least we can use it. But I will definitely Ty your suggestions for next time!

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