But I can't remember if the bones can be cooked!
The only failure reported so far has been with donkeys,
sheryl hansen wrote:
Could a link be posted to the source of info on the raw or smoked bones? It's a source I haven't been able to find and would appreciate hearing it. Thanks.
paul wheaton wrote:I asked about details in getting that stuff and he said to not bother. So I didn't. I guess they were optional?
Matt mcmenaman wrote:OK so here's my question about the bone sauce routine: what about the leaves and branches of the tree? It seems like Sepp is saying that somehow the bone sauce gets absorbed into the tree and permeates the whole thing? I have goats that keep escaping and attacking my young peach and apple trees (UGH!) From my understanding I just coat a portion of the trunks with bone sauce and I'm good to go - it just seems to good to be true. (other than the fact that I have to assemble all the ingredients, time and tools to get it cooked). I can imagine going through the whole process only to find afterwards that the goats eschew the trunk for the leaves and branches.