We grow our own food in a suburban village in the North East of England. Follow us as we keep up the battle to be self-sufficient.
Thursday, 26 January 2017
The bones from the lamb joint we had recently weren't wasted. They were boiled up to make stock which we used to make soup this evening. After making stock, the bones still have a use. They will be dried in the oven (they are left on a tray at the bottom) each time we have the oven on to bake something else. Once they are dried, they will be crushed to make bone meal.