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    Your favorite powdered beef/chicken/fish stock?

    What's your favorite powdered beef/chicken/fish stock? Please share!

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    Ajinomoto, shimaya dashi powder.

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    what schanop said. beyond that i don't do instant stuff.

    i like reduced stuff you can get off the shelf, that is if i can find them.

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    I have used Knorr for so long it's my go to, but I wouldn't say its the best thing out there, just that it's easy to get a consistent in taste. At times I wish that there was a low sodium version.
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    It's not powdered, butt Savory Choice broth concentrate works pretty well for me. One packet makes a cup of broth, and it comes in a reduced sodium version.
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    Ariake is excellent.

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    I eat a lot or ramen, but never use the packets. I save them for use later. One packet to 1 1/2qts water makes a okay broth, be it a little weak. Any less water its too salty
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    I like Knorr from the Asian market, it's a little different than the regular.

    Hoss

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    not a powder but i swear by this stuff. chicken demi!
    http://www.gatewaygourmet.com/poulet.htm

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    I used Dashida granulated beef stock which you can get in you local Asian market if it stocks Japanese or Korean products.

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