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1/6/13 7:56 P

Agreed - the foam is part of the cooking process. It's also something you want to scoop off for a clear, flavorful soup. Good luck!

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1/4/13 9:38 P

If you"re talking about when you first bring it to a boil it's supposed to do that. Just skim the foam off with a spoon several times as it's cooking. Once you turn it to a simmer it won't do that as much and you can get most of it off.

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1/4/13 7:51 P

Every time I make it the broth turns frothy or foamy..how do I avoid this?

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