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Stock: Beef

Same as the other stocks, really.  I like to put all the leftover beef bones and bits into a CrockPot on low for about 8 - 12 hours.  If you refrain from stirring it, you'll get a really nice clear stock. 

To can, bring the stock up to a boil and put the hot stock into sterile jars (half-pint jars seem to be just right for most recipes), then toss these into a pressure cooker for 60 minutes.  You must use a pressure cooker to can anything with meat in it!  Let the pressure drop of its own accord and then let it cool off for a bit before removing the jars (or they will break!) and then leave them on a dish towel upside-down to cool so they will seal properly.
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