While boneless chicken may be convenient for some, practically speaking, it's robbed you of some of the most nutritious parts of the bird. (And charged you more for the privilege.)
Still, what do you do with all the extras? How do you turn the parts of food that people normally throw away into nutritious meals?
Someday, we may not be living in such a land of plenty. Practicing using up every last bit today, could save your life tomorrow.
I can't help but laugh when I see frugal foods that our grandparents new, coming back into style like this generation invented them. Bone broth is my favorite example.
It's the ultimate cheap food, and a great way to get the last little bit of nutrition out of an animal. These days, it's marketed as an "artisanal food" and marked up to as much as a dollar an ounce.
What is it really? Bones. The same bones you scraped off your plate and trashed at the end of your meal.