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There is quite a bit of discussion on this forum about the bark uses. I can say that it is not that good for making beef stock, since it is mostly fat or some very dehydrated lean that doesn’t reconstitute very easily. Tried making beef broth and wasn’t very impressed.
Better to use bones for beef stock. The bark is generally clean, though very leathery or just fat. Our border/beardie is thrilled with the snacks :woohoo: