What are the differences in using chicken broth liquid from a container, or using chicken seasoning cubes to make a broth? Is one better?
to having a good chicken broth than the other? Please explain.
- KLBLv 66 months ago
either one is fine. The liquid is more convenient, but the cubes you mix with water stay good on the shelf for a long time,
- 6 months ago
It, chicken broth! Both when some says promptly: It,s beautiful dear! & How it,s a same thing! & the matter laughable, as sweet heart thing for ever.
- NosehairLv 76 months ago
It's just a matter of preference but the cubes (bouillon) usually have more salt which can be an advantage or disadvantage.
- CrustyCurmudgeonLv 76 months ago
It has to do with the depth of flavor you get. I use knor stock concentrate. It has simmered all day flavor, and you can make it as strong as you wish. It comes in small liquid packets, and you can add as much liquid as you like. I buy it at Walmart.
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- JanetLv 76 months ago
The seasoning cubes are usually much higher in sodium (salt) and we get too much salt in our diet if we are eating things that come already prepared.
Now, some liquid chicken broth CAN be too high in salt also .. which is why you get the low-sodium kind. Read labels and compare.
You should not take in more than 1200mg of salt a day, but salt is added to everything ... even bread.
- pattyLv 56 months ago
the one with the least chemicals and anything artificial
- ckngbbblsLv 76 months ago
no difference at all.
One is dehydrated form of the other.
the cubes/powder is cheaper because you are not paying for water.
If you want good chicken broth, make some. Buy a package of wings and backs, take an afternoon and make a big batch, freeze it in 1 quart tubs (or what ever size you think you would use it) and you will have the best solution.