Jook  
Recipe Number: 1051203993
Contributor: Nate
Ingredients
Turkey bones
1/2 cup rice, uncooked, washed
6 cups water
1 tsp rock salt (or to your taste)
1/2 cup raw peanuts
Garnish:

Chopped lettuce
Cchung choi, chopped fine
Chinese parsley, chopped
Green onions, chopped
Shoyu or oyster sauce
Sesame oil
Cooking Instructions
Put bones, water & rice into a slow cooker (this is for the small one, feel free to adjust the quantity, just keep the proportions!). Cook on low for 4-6 hours, high for 2-3 hours. Stir when ready.
Serving Suggestions:
Chinese style we just fill out bowl, put on the garnishes, stir and eat! Put in bowls, garnish to your own tastes! Other things you could add initially are dried shrimp, dried scallops & softened foo jook (Chinese dried bean curd).
Additional Comments
Chung choi is a Chinese salted preserved cabbage. You dice it kinda small and sprinkle in your jook. It's crunchy. All the regular super markets (Times, Star, etc.) at home have it in their Oriental food section. More cheap in Chinatown, as with most of the Chinese foodstuff. I usually buy from a store on Hotel Street called Sun Chong. Most of the time the chung choi looks like wound up brown balls of thick stuff in the package. It also comes in strip form. It's also chopped up and spread over fish when you steam it Chinese style. Actually used quite often in Chinese food.