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I second the HerbOx recommendation. They have a good flavor, and don't have a lot of extra junk, either.

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I second the HerbOx recommendation. They have a good flavor, and don't have a lot of extra junk, either.

I put it in EVERYTHING from spaghetti sauce to rice, eggs and potatoes...anything that boils. :D

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I put it in EVERYTHING from spaghetti sauce to rice, eggs and potatoes...anything that boils. :D

I particularly like to put the chicken ones in boiling potatoes, and the beef ones in green beans! It's much healthier than dumping in salt and butter. :D I've used them in rice, too, but I never would have thought of eggs.

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Hi, I use Vogue Cuisine...Instant chicken flavored base...reduced sodium...all natural since 1938...GLUTEN FREE ...$3.39 at our co-op...www.voguecuisine.com...no msg!...has some organic ingredients...no preservatives...no additives

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Use chicken bouillon when boiling brussel sprouts.

Not one of my favorite veggies, but they are actually rather good this way.

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I also use Better Than Bouillon. Works great when you need some flavoring but don't have the water/liquid to dissolve a cube in.

We use this one too. It tastes better than any boullion cubes I have had. Delicious!

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My boyfriend has celiac as well as being allergic to soy & dairy. Does anyone know of any brands that are also soy & milk free?

Or is there a way to turn chicken stock into a relative equivalent? I have an awesome steak marinade I love but it calls for bouillion with very little liquid.

Its one of my favorite recipes but I'd rather not poison my sweetie... Somehow I don't think he'd appreciate it very much either. Any help would be appreciated!

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53 minutes ago, Msmmain86 said:

My boyfriend has celiac as well as being allergic to soy & dairy. Does anyone know of any brands that are also soy & milk free?

Or is there a way to turn chicken stock into a relative equivalent? I have an awesome steak marinade I love but it calls for bouillion with very little liquid.

Its one of my favorite recipes but I'd rather not poison my sweetie... Somehow I don't think he'd appreciate it very much either. Any help would be appreciated!

You marinate steak with chicken?  Herb Ox makes a sodium free powder that is soy and dairy free, too 

 

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