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Bone Broth Question needed ASAP

Answered on May 23, 2014
Created May 23, 2014 at 3:27 PM

Hi everyone! I am new here and am nervous about some bone broth i am making. I am new to cooking so forgive me for asking. Everywhere I read it says to make sure the bones are covered with water when making bone broth. Well i had them in my crock pot last night with the bones all covered with water and when i woke up this morning the water evaporated exposing some of the bones. They were thick bones so about 1/2 of two of the bones were sticking out of water all night. I added more water when i woke up but now am nervous if the broth is bad to drink? Can I still drink this or will it make me sick since half of the bones were out of water all night?? Thank you so much for your reply!

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submerging the bones is to ensure full flavor extraction. If parts were not submerged, the stock isn't bad -- it's just not a flavorful as it could have been. Very likely it will be light on taste (unless you used too much bones) and light on gelatin.

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