stock for soup

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    Hi guys, i boiled a piece of briskett today for my dinner tonight. Just wondered if anyone knew the syn value of home made stock from the beef. I want to make soup with it but not sure how to syn it.

    Do any of you lovely peeps know? x
     
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    I take it nobody knows then, it is a tricky one x
     
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    I never count homemade stock! I didn't know you had to so have probably been doing it wrong for ages.

    I looked up 'stock' under basic foods and it said half a syn for 284ml made from granules, powder or cubes, but nothing about homemade.

    I would say it is free as long as it has no fat on the surface- but I would say that as I never count it lol!!!!

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