Is it worth making chicken stock?
It's easy to grab chicken stock off the grocery store shelf. But if you make lots of soups and stews at home, having the homemade stuff on hand is decidedly worth it: It's cost effective, and with a robust chicken flavor and tons of nutrients, it tastes infinitely better than anything from the supermarket.Sep 6, 2017
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