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A 'Wild' approach to bone broth, plus other interesting links; hunting, fishing, recipes etc

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  • toreytorey Posts: 1,314 admin

    I am fortunate enough to be able to purchase a side of bison every year from a local producer. It makes a spectacular bone broth.

    I encourage everyone who has never made bone broth to try it; even if you have to buy your bones.

  • silvertipgrizzsilvertipgrizz Posts: 1,445 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @torey

    Where do you get your bison? I bought an order once from a company that gets bison from around our country, free range bison. I can't remember the company name as has been a long time ago.

    I love bison. My first bison was a bison burger at a restaurant in Chamberlin, SD It was amazing.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR torey!!!

  • shllnzlshllnzl Southwestern UtahPosts: 1,200 ✭✭✭✭

    @silvertipgrizz I buy my bison from www.northstarbison.com when I run low on game meat. Costco sells ground bison.

  • toreytorey Posts: 1,314 admin

    @silvertipgrizz I live in BC, Canada and my producer is very local; they only sell a few animals every year. It is such incredible meat; literally cut it with a fork.

    I have looked online but everything I can find is very, very expensive. I only pay $5 per pound and 65₵ for cutting & wrapping but even hamburger seems to be over $10 per pound online.

    This is a link to a company in the States that sells Bison, Elk and Wild Boar. When I was at their main page, a popup came on with a link to their cookbook. I have only had a quick peek at it but looks like it an awesome game cookbook. https://www.sayersbrook.com/

    This is another company that does bison and elk. https://www.nebraskabison.com/

    This link will get you to the consumer page of National Bison Association's website where you might be able to find a supplier close to you. They have a lot of recipes at this site as well. https://bisoncentral.com/buying-bison-meat/

    Hope that helps in your search.

    Happy New Year to you and yours as well!

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