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Posted by Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) at 08:24:00 PM
in Chicken and turkey, Cupboard, Soups, Vegetables
September 17, 2006 at 05:06 PM
I would DEFINITELY not use a non-organic chicken stock. The meat's just not clean, and the birds are brought up in the most atrocious environments.
Trader Joe's has a good organic chicken stock that's only $2/carton. That's what I use.
September 17, 2006 at 05:21 PM
Tana, my first choice would always be homemade stock from happy chickens, and I try to keep some in my freezer along with the storebought stock. Since you recommend it, I'll pick up some of the TJ's organic next time I'm there and I'll try it. The closest Trader Joe's, alas, is more than an hour from my house -- which raises that whole other question of the gas we spend to get our food......
By the way, I love your blog!
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