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Everyone knows if you refrigerate broth you can just scrape the fat off when it hardens. But what if you need to strain the grease while it's still ...
You'll need ~A mason jar~Just the ring from the lid~A coffee filter
Put the filter in the jar with a little less than an inch hanging out.Fold the remaining filter over.Push the lid onto the jar, holding the filter in ...
Now you pour your broth into the jar.I usually use a ladel. It seems to hold just the right amount. You want to be careful not to get ...
About now the filter should be full of grease, chunks of fat and cooked blood. Gross!You'll know when it's completely full, when you see a lot of liquid ...
Now you're done and you have delicious clear broth.Add it back to your soup, roast or whatever you were making. Or refrigerate it. Just don't ask me how ...
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