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https://pipersfarm.com/stocks-bones/141-chicken-carcass141Chicken Carcasshttps://pipersfarm.com/688-thickbox_default/chicken-carcass.jpg0.950.95GBPInStock/Home/Home/Meat/Properly Free Range Chicken/Home/Meat/Properly Free Range Chicken/Roasting Chicken/Home/Meat/Properly Free Range Chicken/Slow Cooking/Home/The Pantry/Stocks & Bones<p>Making great stock is so much easier if you start with the right ingredients. Our chicken carcasses come from free range birds. Their properly free range lifestyle, involving lots of roaming around grass fields foraging for insects and eating plenty of grass, put together with their diet of simple cereals means they develop strong bones full of really nutritious marrow.</p> <p>We know, we know, bone broth and stocks are almost too hip for their own good (by the way, here's the recipe for <a href="https://pipersfarm.com/pipers-blog/recipes/how-to-make-bone-broth" target="_blank">bone broth</a>, using chicken carcasses as the main ingredient). But whether you consider it a miracle cure for all ailments, or if you are like us and just believe in using up every morsel of the meat that you buy, starting with a carcass from a properly free range chicken really does make a big difference and you can feel confident that you are eating wonderfully wholesome and nutritious food.</p> <p>Our chicken carcasses are delivered to you raw and individually packed so you have complete flexibility on how you want to cook with them.</p> <h2>A great tip for making chicken stock with a chicken carcass</h2> <p>Throw in a couple of our <a href="https://pipersfarm.com/fats-weird-bits/278-chicken-feet" target="_blank">properly free range chicken feet</a> when making chicken stock. Chicken feet are a much better alternative to using flour. Their cartilage will help thicken your stock without giving it a ‘floury’ texture.</p> <p></p>chickenthe pantrystocks and sauceschicken carcassthe pet shopstockcarcassadd-to-carthttps://pipersfarm.com/689-thickbox_default/chicken-carcass.jpg