Turkey and Vegetable Noodle Soup
original turkey stock
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Kitchen Basics® Original Turkey Stock

Kitchen Basics Original Turkey Stock is inspired by homemade, providing an all-natural, flavorful and healthy alternative to broth that is certified heart-healthy by the American Heart Association. We slow-simmer turkey and vegetables with a blend of the finest quality herbs, spices and a touch of all-natural honey. It's the perfect base for casseroles, stews and slow cooker recipes. Or use when preparing stuffing, rice or potatoes. It's authentic and naturally delicious.
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Full Ingredients

TURKEY STOCK, CHICKEN STOCK, VEGETABLE STOCK (CARROT, ONION, CELERY, MUSHROOM), SEA SALT, HONEY, NATURAL FLAVOR, SALT, AND SPICE AND HERBS (BLACK PEPPER, SAGE AND THYME).

Serving Size

8 fl. oz. (240mL)

UPC Code

11443340266 (32oz)

Nutrition information (per Serving)

  • 20Calories
  • 0gTotal Fat
  • 0mgCholesterol
  • 440mgSodium
  • 1gCarbohydrates
  • 0gFiber
  • 0gSugar

Ratings & Reviews

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“I use this to make my turkey gravy for thanksgiving. It also helps stretch the gravy without the grease”

-@Licia

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  • I use this to make my turkey gravy for thanksgiving. It also helps stretch the gravy without the grease

    Licia | November 17, 2017 | Reply

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  • I looove this product. I use it instead of plain water to make Turkey soup and it punches up the flavour dramatically. I gave a large serving to a friend who said it was the BEST Turkey with Rice soup he'd ever tasted! I was proud!!

    cathy | November 05, 2017 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • Saw a previous review on here about the weight... but 32 fl oz (of something with the density of water) is the same as 32 oz by weight. I still have the same amount of stock in my box!

    Mandy | May 18, 2017 | Reply

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  • Note that Kitchen Basics has started selling by weight (32 oz) and not volume (32 fl oz), resulting in a smaller amount of stock in the box. I guess they hoped nobody would notice the difference!

    Foodie | December 25, 2016 | Reply

    (1.0) stars)