So he went online and looked it up. Here’s the website he found, de-boning a chicken thigh. It really helped him. He got the meat off in one piece, as opposed to the smaller pieces I was getting.
When the bones I boiled where done cooking, my helper drained them, thinking he was doing the right thing. I was sorry to see the broth gone, but he separated the meat from the bones, and we added it to the meat from the thighs I baked. And I’m over the lost broth. He was just trying to help. So no crying over spilt chicken broth.
If I’m careful with the meat, I can usually get 3 meals out of a 10 pound bag. So I should be able to get 9-10 meals out of these 3 bags, depending on whether we have company or not.
It’s worth the couple of hours spent this afternoon, to have easy meals in the freezer.
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