The local supermarket cuts off the flesh from geese and sells it separately, then it sells the carcass for 14 kč which is like 50¢. I'm not sure how that can even turn a profit with the packaging and labor expense but it is pretty awesome for us because goose carcass makes the BEST SOUP EVER!!!
This is so much better than chicken carcass soup I can't even describe the difference.
I didn't take a picture of the raw goose carcass because I wasn't planning to post this and I'm a lazy bastard, mostly the latter. However it was quite big. In order to fit it into a soup pot you are going to need some of these:
Whatever you do, though, don't buy this brand (F*neline) because they really suck. Or better yet, just use a circular saw. Seriously, raw goose spine is a non-trivial thing to tear apart.
Once the goose carcass is sufficiently chopped up to fit into the pot, or better yet pressure cooker, cover with water and cook. I cooked mine for about 1 1/2 hours on super low heat in the pressure cooker. Then run through a colander:
As a final touch I added about four stalks of celery and cooked for about 20 minutes, plus some salt, then hit it with the immersion blender. The final result looked like this.
This seriously might be the tastiest soup I've ever made, and I've been attempting to make soups for years and years. Thanks to the goose fat (yum, goose fat) it's also quite hardy, sticks to your ribs as the old-timers used to say, despite the fact that there's nothing in it but salt, celery and extractoralized goose carcass. All for less than $1 for a family sized pot. Yeah, paleo is so damn expensive.