Chicken feet make an excellent gelatin broth, which we know is good for our skin, hair and colon.
Get chicken feet from local farmers on the cheap.
Wash well with water to get off the dirt and chicken poop. You might need to clean them in vinegar solution to remove any contamination.
Then soak chicken feet in vinegar water and sea salt in crockpot for an hour, and turn to high. When they begin to boil, reduce heat to low/simmer. Let cook for a few hours until meat falling off the bone. You can add vegetables if you want.
Feel free to eat the chicken feet themselves with a little wasabi mayo, or simply give them to your dog to eat.
Store gelatin broth in mason jar and place in the fridge for sauces, gravies, or soup later.
I keep some kind of broth in the fridge at all times.
Following Weston A. Price