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Bones smell of rice cooking

Answered on October 05, 2016
Created October 03, 2016 at 11:17 PM

Hi paleos, I'm new to this forum. here's my question:

I've been making beef bone broth for years and am used to the strong unpleasant smell. Last week though I bought the bones from a different butcher from the usual (who I have previously bought from in the past). His meat is all supposedly fully grass fed. However there was NO NASTY MEETY SMELL when cooking it. Instead it smelt like RICE COOKING!!!! Even my vegetarian housemate said it didn't smell like meat. I kept checking if she had a rice cooker in her room!! (which she didn't)

Has anyone else had this experience?  I'm not sure i'll buy from him again as i don't trust these bones to be from grass fed animals. One thing i did notice was that both the bones and the meat I bought from him looked like it had been drained of blood. Look forward to hearing anyone's experience or suggestions/explanations.

Geraldine.

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on October 05, 2016
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that is correct. Grass fed bones and their broth smell good. You were getting inferior bones before.

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