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Grass fed & finished, Marrow Bones
Grass fed & finished, Marrow Bones
Grass-fed and finished beef marrow bones. Each package contains between 1 and 3 bones

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Price per lb. $12.00

Product Code: 146

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No Hormones, No Antibotics, No Grain, Ranch Direct - Our Beef Marrow bones are priced per pound and a package may weigh between one and three bones. The price is 12.00 per pound.
---- Please Note: Bags are not vacuumed sealed, they are sealed but rarely keep the vacuum-----
I love bone marrow soup. I had never tried it before our "grass-fed transition" and my deep concern for how we raise our food. I discovered it by reading about an archeological dig wherein they found that a vast majority of the bones leftover from cooking were "broken into". Of course, I began to wonder what in the heck is inside of a bone that would be so valuable. Well, turns out that Bone Marrow is not only quite tasty but really good for 'ya too! So, I decided to hold off giving the bones from one of our butchered steers to the dogs and try them for myself. I had to ask the butcher to saw them so I could get to the Marrow. So, if those darn fella spend all that time breaking bones open - they must have known something valuable was inside them.
I fix a big pot of bone marrow soup anytime I am sick or after having dental work. I really don't have any definitive data as to whether the bone marrow heals or not, just a hunch - which for me is a good enough excuse to make a great pot of soup. I begin by thawing out the bones, center cut shanks and some short ribs. These are my favorite cuts for bone marrow soup. Most people broil it or first boil it before using it on a steak. It has really good flavor, and can make a mean soup or stew base.

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4 of 5 December 5, 2018
Reviewer: Emery from Fallbrook, CA Untied States  

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Reviewer: Noemi from San Clemente, CA Untied States  

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5 of 5 marrow grass fed April 12, 2017
Reviewer: Jenny from Salem, OR Untied States  
Excellent for Marrow bone broth if you are sick.

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