32 oz ctn
Chicken Stock, Natural Chicken Flavor, Cooked Vegetables (Celery, Carrot, Onion), Honey, Spice And Herbs (Black Pepper, Bay Leaf, Thyme), And Natural Flavor.
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Kitchen Basics® All Natural Unsalted Chicken Stock. For cooking. Heart Healthy: While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. Good source of protein. No MSG added. Gluten free. Per 1 cup: 30 Calories. 0g Sat fat, 0% DV. 140mg Sodium, 6% DV. <1g Sugars. Net Wt. 32 oz. (2 lb.) 907 g. So good some call it liquid gold. Simmered with aromatic herbs and spices, chicken and vegetables for a rich flavored stock - without all the salt - our Kitchen Basics Original Unsalted Chicken Stock is the only stock certified by the American Heart Association. Inspired by homemade chicken stock, it’s an all-natural, flavorful and healthy no salt stock (not a sodium free food) that’s slow-simmered. Bring rice and quinoa to life by boiling in broth instead of water. Or make that perfect noodle soup. It’s authentic and naturally delicious! Kitchen Basics Original Seafood 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. It's made by slow-simmering haddock, cod, salmon vegetables and a savory blend of the finest quality herbs and spices. Steam oysters and mussels in stock or use in lieu of butter to make a scrumptious shrimp scampi. It's authentic and naturally delicious. Kitchen Basics®... An American Original, Just like Homemade. Cooking stock is a central ingredient for soups, sauces and marinades. It is used by many to flavor vegetables, potatoes and rice dishes. For years, making stock from scratch has been the only way health-conscious cooks have been able to control and limit ingredients, such as salt and artificial ingredients. But who has the time to make stock from scratch? In 1996, Kitchen Basics® first introduced ready-to-use cooking stocks. Our founder's grandmother's recipes were the key inspiration behind our culinary line of cooking stocks. Kitchen Basics embraces the fundamentals of homemade stock and brings to you cooking stocks that are slow simmered for that rich taste and made naturally from meat, vegetables and herbs without added MSG, additives, or excess salt. We test! Allergen Watch: We reduce the risk of allergen reactions by specifying that our Kitchen Basics ingredients must not contain milk*, eggs*, peanuts*, or tree nuts. To review our allergen policies, visit kitchenbasics.net and discuss with your board certified allergist. Not a sodium free food. 65% Lower in sodium than our original Kitchen Basics Chicken Stock. This product contains 140 mg of sodium per serving. Our Original Kitchen Basics Chicken Stock contains 420 mg per serving. Packed in U.S.A. Heart-Check Food Certification does not apply to recipes unless expressly stated. American Heart Association Certified: Meet Criteria for Heart-Healthy Food. *Each production run is tested for the absence of these allergens to 5 ppm. We do not add MSG or gluten. Recyclable: Only where facilities exist. Visit recyclecartons.com to see if recyclable in your area. Our Pledge: Guaranteed satisfaction! If you are not happy with any of our products, please call or write. If possible, save box and receipt. Call: 1-800-632-5847. Visit: www.kitchenbasis.net.
Shake it up! [The carton & your cooking] Refrigerate unused portion. Good for 7 days. Ready to use. Do not dilute. Freeze leftover stock in freezable container and use within 60 days. Kitchen Basics is an all natural product and may have naturally occurring protein deposits. These are normal and can be dissipated by heating. Helpful Usage Tips: Use in any recipe calling for broth, stock. bouillon or water. Moisten leftovers with stock before reheating in microwave. Sauces & Side Dishes: For richly flavored gravy, add stock instead of water to roast chicken pan drippings and thicken as desired. Replace water with stock when preparing rice, barley, couscous, quinoa or lentils. Make mashed potatoes with stock instead of milk and butter. Main Dishes & Soup: Make hearty dishes using stock as a base for stews, casseroles and slow cooker recipes.
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