NECK (SOUP) BONE
Our neck bone (sometimes called soup bone) comes from the spine of the pig. So, it’s both neck bone and back bone—with tasty morsels of meat still attached. Of course, you can use them as a meat and nutrient source for soups. Use them for broths or making your own stock for cooking other dishes. (No more canned chicken or beef broth.) They also make their own tasty dishes—like neckbone and rice. (Click on our “Skin and Bone” page.)
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