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bouillon

When I bought this organic vegetable stock base on a whim, I had no idea if it was going to be any good. It has become a favorite pantry item in our house-—it’s a flavor booster that we end up putting into most of the soups we make. Or, if we need stock but don’t have any, we just add this into water. Besides vegetable, it comes in chicken, beef, mushroom…even a lobster base.

 

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  1. Posted by: Nina

    I’ve been using this for a while now, thanks to my own mom for introducing me to it. It’s wonderful. Not only in soups but to add flavor to rice, farro or other grains. It makes it so easy to make vegetarian soups with recipes that call for chicken broth.

  2. Posted by: Mary Beth

    I’ve been using the chicken, veg, and beef flavors for years and was so happy when I found that they come in organic versions (I have to make a special stop at the health food store to find the organics, but it’s worth it).

  3. Posted by: Michelle

    I just used the beef version this morning for a beef stew! Not only does it taste better than stock, it takes up much less space in your kitchen. What a wonderful surprise to see this on your blog- but just shows why Momfilter is so great and spot on!

  4. Posted by: Michelle

    I just used the beef version this morning for a beef stew! Not only does it taste better than stock, it takes up much less space in your kitchen. What a wonderful surprise to see this on your blog- but just shows why Momfilter is so great and spot on!

  5. Posted by: ERIN

    I mix the vegetable bouillon with low fat sour cream to make great (and easy) veggie dip! Yummy with chips, too!

  6. Unfortunately this product has MSG in it. How do we know it? Because it contains hydrolyzed soy protein which is an ingredient that always contains MSG! Because the manufacturer didn’t add an ingredient called “mono-sodium glutamate,” they can claim “No MSG added” on their label. Yet, nothing is stopping them from adding ingredients that contain MSG. MSG also often hides under the name “natural flavorings”. The ingredients disodium inosinate and guanylate also need MSG otherwise they are completely ineffective. Besides it also has corn syrup solids. As good as it tastes, I recommend staying away from this product.

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