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    Organic Gourmet's Vegetable Seasoning Stock Concentrate (Gluten-Free Bouillon)

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    We tried out Organic Gourmet’s Vegetable Seasoning Stock Concentrate, which is a gluten-free and organic.  It dissolved easily in the hot water and the first thing we noticed was the array of colors from the organic herbs and vegetables.  The taste of the broth was delicious—it had a natural broth taste without too much sodium—not something that I would associate with a stock concentrate.  It had an excellent flavor with the right balance of herbs and was not overpowering.  The convenience of this product will open up many new doors in your kitchen—I can’t wait to get started using it!

    Site: http://www.organic-gourmet.com



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