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Season 2012 Episode 10.09.12

Brooklyn Bouillon: Treating Bones Like the Gold of an Animal

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Meet Rachael Mamane, the founder of Brooklyn Bouillon, the first sustainable and traceable small-batch artisan stock company based in Brooklyn, NY. Rachael is on a personal mission to help small farmers. A few years ago, when she was working for the greenmarkets in New York City, she had the idea to help meat farmers generate extra income by creating a line of stocks from their unwanted “waste”, such as discarded bones. It was an opportunity no one had seized on. Rachael noticed that none of the local farm stands offered a high-quality stock to home cooks on a consistent basis; a skill she had a knack for, cooking whole animals nose-to-tail throughout her life. So, she approached a few small farms with the idea, tested out a number of stock recipes using their raw materials, and in 2010, Brooklyn Bouillon was born. Like me, you may not want to buy canned or boxed up stock at the supermarket ever again. Enjoy Rachael’s story! If you are interested in picking up a batch, you can connect with Rachael here on her website: Thanks for watching food. curated.! Come see more stories on my website:moreless

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