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    this frugal lifestyle.

    I don't like meat with bones in it, so I only buy boneless chicken breasts and thighs.

    When I trim it for cooking, I sometimes I have to cut off fat.

    So, can I save this fat and little bits of chicken in the freezer and eventually make a chicken stock from it??

    Even if I still have to buy it sometimes, I thought making my own would be thrifty.

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    Yes, you definitely can do this! I do it all the time. I use a tupperware container. It is very thrifty!




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    You can also use chicken fat for other things. Just the fat won't make stock, but the bones, some meat, fat and skin will!

    There are a lot of things you can do with the chicken fat if you render it. Some people are using it for biodiesel these days, but traditional Jewish cooking uses a lot of it.

    Judi
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