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Original Beef StockOriginal Beef StockKitchen Basics is excited to announce that  the American Heart Association has certified this product!Cooking Stocks,Spices and Flavors,Gourmet,6114433401121 out of 5 stars, based on 1 user reviews
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Original Beef Stock

Kitchen Basics is excited to announce that  the American Heart Association has certified this product!

Product details

Ingredients

Beef Stock, Beef Flavor, (Natural Flavor, Beef Stock), Vegetable Stock (Carrot, Onion And Celery), Honey, Sea Salt, Natural Flavor, Salt, And Spice And Herbs (Black Pepper, Bay Leaf, Thyme).

Serving size

8.25 fl. oz. (243mL)

  • UPC Code

    Size (OZ)

  • 61144334011232 oz.
Usage tips

DIRECTIONS
• Ready to use. Do not dilute.
• Refrigerate after opening and use within 7 days.
• Freeze leftover stock in freezable container or ice cube trays. Store frozen stock cubes in a resealable plastic bag and use within 60 days.
• Recommended use by date on package.

HELPFUL USAGE TIPS
• Use in any recipe calling for broth, stock or bouillon or water.
• Moisten leftovers with stock before reheating in microwave.

SAUCES & GRAVIES
• For richly flavored gravy, add stock instead of water to roast beef pan drippings and thicken as desired.
• For a savory pan sauce, pan fry steak in butter. Remove from pan. Add stock, stirring to loosen brown bits in bottom of pan. Cook until sauce is slightly reduced. Swirl in cold butter. Serve over steak.

GRAINS & LENTILS
• Replace water with stock when preparing rice, barley, couscous, quinoa or lentils.

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Recipe details

Spiced Whipped Sweet Potatoes

Serves: 12
Prep time: 15 mins

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Nutrition information

(Amount per serving)

  • Calories: 25Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 430mgSugar: < 1g
  • Fat: 0gFiber: 0g
  • Carbohydrates: 2g

Ratings & Reviews: 1

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Comments

  • JJMSP on 04/20/2014

    Very disappointed in your reformulation of the beef stock. This brand was one of the few that had a clean label and was very flavorful. You removed the leeks and tomato, and added "natural flavoring"? Why mess with a product that isn't broken (unless you've recently acquired the brand and wanted to cost save it). Very disappointing.

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