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Better Than Bouillon: 6-Pack of 8oz Mushroom Base or Lobster Base EXPIRED

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Promoted 12-19-2015 by johnny_miller at 07:27 PM View Original Post
Walmart has select 6-Pack of 8oz Better Than Bouillon for $25.37. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Edited December 19, 2015 at 05:44 PM by BeAuMaN
I used this stuff before and it's very very good. Best use in my opinion is to fortify your sauces/gravy's. I would just add 1-2 tea spoons and dilute it 5-8 minutes before it's done cooking.

It's concentrated stuff, so 1 can should last for at least 10-12 uses.


Usually these are $6-7 each before shipping. Usually cans are good for 3 years, so most should be 2017/2018 expiration
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The chicken, beef and vegetable are under $6 for 16oz size at costco..
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thank you & repped
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Good deal. The no chicken vegetarian is usually around $6/jar.
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I've gotten them for 3.36/ea at iHerb.com, throughout the year. Little known, since you have to use a first-timer coupon.

You have to buy about 9 at a time to get the free shipping though, and selection may be more limited.

This is a good deal though, without using a coupon.

9 cans
Savings: $10 off your first iHerb order of $40 or more! Total: ($12.12)
Order Total: $30.31
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Free shipping today.

So I just bought one can to use up the rest of a giftcard I had! Thanks!
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Quote from shrine View Post :
I've gotten them for 3.36/ea at iHerb.com, throughout the year. Little known, since you have to use a first-timer coupon.

You have to buy about 9 at a time to get the free shipping though, and selection may be more limited.

This is a good deal though, without using a coupon.

9 cans
Savings: $10 off your first iHerb order of $40 or more! Total: ($12.12)
Order Total: $30.31
FWIW, they have more varieties available in store than what they show online, at Walmart $3.72 and Target $3.74. Those are pretty much regular prices for the last few months. So with the $0.75 off 1 mfg coupons, about $3.
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The chicken, beef and vegetable are under $6 for 16oz size at costco..
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trying to find ingredients, and msg??
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The chicken and beef varieties have no MSG, which is one of reasons we prefer this product over the regular bouillon.
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trying to find ingredients, and msg??

Link [betterthanbouillon.com]


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Does Better than Bouillon contain MSG?

Our bases do not contain any added MSG or ingredients with added MSG. If MSG is present in any of our items, it will be shown on the label. We work closely with the government regulatory agencies (FDA & USDA), as well as specialist certification bodies like Quality Assurance International (for organic items) to ensure that our ingredient statements are accurate and transparent. "
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Hmm...these are about $3.50 - $4 in my area.

This is a good deal if the prices are jacked up in your location.
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I've tried their beef and ham bases and found them both unbearably salty.
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I've tried their beef and ham bases and found them both unbearably salty.
Use less? Liquid bouillon is salt + flavor. If you want just the flavor, get dry bouillon, which has less flavor.

The reason why it's salted as much as it is is because it's, in a way, "cured." The only way a mixture of liquid BEEF flavor could last so long is with the high amount of sodium. It's acting as a preservative, the flavoring aspect of sodium is a mere coincidence.

If you want to reduce your salt intake get powdered bouillon or cubed, or simply make your own stock mixture from scratch - not that hard, just a little annoying.
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I've tried their beef and ham bases and found them both unbearably salty.
That's surprising, I use this beef base in my French Onion soup, and it turns out amazing. Don't add salt during the preparation, only salt comes from this stock.
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