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Old 05-27-2008, 04:35 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I know it seems lazy of me, but can bone broth be bought? I live in a friend's house, and she is very sensitive to smells. It just seems rude to make broth in her house. I've thought about buying pre-made demi-glace, but the brand I see online has wheat flour in it and I'm intolerant.

Any ideas? TIA!

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Old 05-27-2008, 12:30 PM
 
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If you are near Berkeley, you might be able to buy broth (and other TF foods) at www.threestonehearth.com.

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Sally Fallon/Mary Enig had some brand they recommended, and I think I saw it in our local BJ's warehouse store, and it said it was made from organic free-range chickens. Can't recall the name, maybe someone else does? I also heard of a mom on here, can't recall who, that said she makes the broth in her crockpot, outside, which would keep the house from smelling like chicken stock. Maybe that might work?
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