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A question about a recipe: Spicy Sesame Pork Soup with Noodles

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I have a question about the recipe "Spicy Sesame Pork Soup with Noodles" from gingerroot. Do you remove the bones / ham hock at anypoint? Or do they remain in the stock for the entire cooking process?

asked by Scott Stewart 11 months ago
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As I have seen in China- no- in fact some would spit the bones onto the plate at the table even in 5 star restaurant in Pudong, Shanghai.
2- If you don't like them- remove them before serving- bones, tendon, gristle, etc adds to flavour.
3- Authentically, retain them.