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Stock making with bones part three: fish

Fish stock was a relatively recent discovery for me, which came about in a way you might not expect. I had always thought of fish heads and bones as waste, something you could toss to the cat (outdoors), which my

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Homely Bean Soup

Following an extended period of warm settled weather, autumn has arrived in Wales with a vengeance. This puts me in the mood for hearty, sustaining fare with long, slow cooking. Not only does this make the house smell good, but

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Stock making with bones part 2: raw bones

Large raw bones are very easy to use for making stock: long slow cooking helps the meat fall right off. This meat won’t be stringy, so it can either stay in the stock, chopped roughly, or be used separately in

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Stock making with bones: part one

Making stock is a good way to make your food purchases go further. Using bones that are not themselves edible but which contain flavour and nutrients can stretch the benefits and show additional respect for the animal that you eat.

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