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Here’s some chicken remains. After I pick the chicken I take the carcass and the drippings and make a broth with them and vegetable debris I keep in a baggie in the freezer: carrot ends and peels, celery ends, onion peels. I put it all together for a couple hours on the back burner, and my house smells great. If I don’t have time after supper, or I already have plenty of broth, I chuck the carcass and drippings and the hot water I used to clean up the drippings into a gallon baggie in the freezer and make broth later.

Here’s a good thing to do with the broth: put some of the boring parts of broccoli in it and bring it to a boil.

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Then get your bowl ready with dabs of miso and gochujang:

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