Bouillon

A flavoring made from concentrating the flavors of meat or vegetable stocks into a solid cube, granules or powder form. The most common flavors of bouillon available in food stores are beef, chicken, and vegetable. Bouillon is often used as a clear base or is added to soups and stews to provide flavoring.

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