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Wild Rice and Turkey Carcass Soup Recipe

Use what's left of your turkey bones to make stock for this delicious Wild Rice and Turkey Carcass Soup Recipe that will last for days.

Wild Rice and Turkey Carcass Soup Recipe
This Wild Rice and Turkey Carcass Soup Recipe is perfect for those cold, winter days! (Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley photo)

When I can, I like to save wild game bones for stock. I usually bring large plastic bags with me when hunting, and after everyone has filleted all the breasts off their turkeys, my friends usually don't mind if I take the bones and legs. Then when I get home, I quickly rinse them off with cold water, pat dry, drop them in zip-top bags and stick them in the freezer. If it's just the carcass and bones I'm freezing, freezer burn isn't a big deal. But if I have some turkey thighs with good meat on them, I use a vacuum sealer.

These bones will make the best stock, and they're perfect for soups in the winter. Everyone knows that making your own stock at home is always better than the store-bought. And if you're going to make a wild game recipe that calls for stock, using stock made from the bones of that animal will make it so much more special.

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