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I've got 1 chicken carcass in my freezer. My stock pot can hold 2, so I usually wait on a 2nd one before making broth, but I'm about to have a rabbit carcass as well, and both won't fit in my freezer, so I have to make broth out of one of them. Do you think there's anything wrong with just throwing both in the stock pot and making a mixed broth?
 

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I make stew with a mixed broth. Chicken, beef, turkey and lamb bones and scraps can all be mixed together for a good stew base. However, if you are making lovely lighter soups that require just a chicken broth base... I'd use chicken only. Adding the other meats can make the stock taste "heavy".
 

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I made broth with chicken, turkey, and duck. It was good.
 

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I'm trying it, and maybe I'll tag it for something more hefty. Thanks for the feedback.
 
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