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For Soup

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We're planning to restock this item on 8/20/2014, please check back then to add it to your order
Chicken Bone Broth
This clear broth is made of nothing but our pastured chicken bones and water. A perfect base for all your soups and stews, or add a few pieces of chicken and vegetables for a hearty meal!

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Chicken Necks
Fill your house with the familiar smell of slow-cooked chicken soup. With stock made from pasture-raised birds, you can be sure that the goodness of the earth (not to mention tried and true Jewish tradition) will nourish you with every spoonful. Two packages will make a large pot of soup, one package can make a small pot.
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Chicken Soup Bones
When you need a more nutrient dense chicken broth, there is nothing better than our pastured chicken bones. Simmer with celery, carrots and onions to make a nutrient-dense, nourishing broth. We recommend about 4lbs bones per batch of soup.
Around 2lb per pack.
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