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Oxtail Vegetable Soup is perfect for our four-legged furry friends.
The ingredients are so healthy, as oxtail bones have a lot of natural collagen, making them good for their joints, digestive system, skin, fur, and hair if they’re non-shedding.
Our two seniors love this recipe.
Now they’re on medication and supplements, it’s easy to hide crushed pills amongst dense nutrition that is tasty.
What I love about this recipe, other than it’s easy to make, is your readers have something a little different to make. They’ll save time as this recipe is made in bulk and frozen in meal portions.
With these photos and the recipe you’ll be able to walk your readers through the steps and show them how easy this is.
I recommend and use an Instant Pot to cut down the time as this soup is made in two stages.
Day 1 is making the bone broth.
Day 2 you’re skimming off the fat and making the soup to freeze.
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That means you have a commercial license for the images and recipe which you can then use as your own.
We’d love it if you created a blog post, social media, and content for your store.
We have a few limitations which are industry-standard, such as you can not use our name or re-sell this pack as it is, or bundled with others.
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With a large variety of quality images readers will feel inspired to try this in their own kitchen.
You’ll get more in-process and plated photos to help you create amazing recipe blog posts, social media links, and videos.
BONUS: You’ll get a video showing how the meat falls from the bone when it’s cooked.
ALL photos have been shot in either horizontal or vertical mode.
Some images have been cropped to fit the template or to highlight a feature from that photo.
This is done for demonstration purposes.