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    Acceptable broth brands

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    I make my own bone broth, but mother will not make her own broth so I am trying to find an acceptable broth brand for her. So far I have found Shelton's, but it's not the most convenient brand to buy. Any others you know of?

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    i like kitchen essentials

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    Pacific seems to be a good choice, also.

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    Kitchen Basics seems to be pretty good from looking at the ingredients list.

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    i assume she isnt close enought to freeze and ship yours.

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    I want to share this because I tried it and it is awesome:

    Homemade Bouillon (Portable Soup)

    This would make it easier to share as Quelsen suggested. Basically you just super-reduce your broth. I did not add gelatin to my broth and it made dense rubbery cubes at fridge temperature, but at my room temperature (80F/27C) they start to kinda melt if left out for 10 minutes. I'm not sure that adding more gelatin would make them more heat stable. I think the melting point of gelatin is somewhere around 30C.

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    love this link for portable soup!!! cool. recent infatuation with gelatin (try the link for gummy stars on the most recent weekend links, tasty!)
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    You can order broth from US Wellness Meats. I would not trust any store bought brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quelsen View Post
    i assume she isnt close enought to freeze and ship yours.

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    I wish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodiewan View Post
    I want to share this because I tried it and it is awesome:

    Homemade Bouillon (Portable Soup)

    This would make it easier to share as Quelsen suggested. Basically you just super-reduce your broth. I did not add gelatin to my broth and it made dense rubbery cubes at fridge temperature, but at my room temperature (80F/27C) they start to kinda melt if left out for 10 minutes. I'm not sure that adding more gelatin would make them more heat stable. I think the melting point of gelatin is somewhere around 30C.
    Great link... thank you!

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