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I put bones on to boil this morning and put my pot on high on the stove to get it going (its a big pot). Then I went outside and got wood, mended some pants, filed, some things and forgot about it. So, it boiled on high for a good 20 - 30 minutes. Now I put it on the woodstove to simmer the rest of the day. But, did I ruin it by boiling it on high for too long or too hot?
 

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You should be fine. The ideal is to leave it at a gentle simmer, but I've had my broth come to a full boil before and it has tasted fine. Just as long the pot doesn't boil dry there's not much that will happen.
 
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