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- A central ingredient for soups, sauces and marinades or use it to flavor vegetables, potatoes and rice dishes
The best “stock” I’ve found in the grocery store
I have been on a soup-making kick for awhile now, and while I much prefer to make my own chicken stock, I do it so rarely that it turns directly into chicken soup. So I bought various chicken stocks, mostly organic, and really started to notice a difference in the resulting soups. I began to pay more attention to the stocks I was using: color, saltiness, depth. Kitchen Basics is the hands-down winner and I cannot use anything else now. It’s not bright, scary yellow, but a darker, deeper color. The flavor and smell really does come across as natural, and it’s not really salty tasting.
I did put “stock” in quotes only because I’m still confused about it being stock if it doesn’t have that gelatinous texture when it cools, but I do not know of any stock you can purchase that has that. If anyone does, please share!