Well, Notice to all. The goose leg stew turned out great. I lost a lot of meat due to my impatience. I boiled the legs while still frozen in the zip lock bag shape. All the legs on the outside became very tough and too hard to use as it took a long time to thaw that huge ice block of legs, even in boiling water. The dog ate what I could get off of those outside legs. The ones on the inside worked great and made a great pot of stew, even if it was smaller than I wanted. I consider this a learning experience.
Any one wanting to try this and not waste the legs do this. Boil legs in pot for 30 to 40 minutes only!!!!! Remove legs and strip meat, even if its partly raw. It will finish cooking in the stew with the potatoes. It gets tough fast if over cooked.
All and all, I feel good. I got something from meat ussually wasted. You only have to watch over cooking the leg meat.
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