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Georgia Strait | Feb 7, 202009:58 AM     9

While some may cringe at thought of powder bouillon - I have an old grandma type recipe for which I specifically need the loose powder (not paste, not cube, not liquid)

Which BRAND - dare I ask - does anyone own up to ;)

I like an organic one in Vancouver BC Canada but it seems to be discontinued (Harvest Sun vegetable flav powder in an expensive jar)

I use
chicken powder bouillon
and also
vegetable powder bouillon

So if you shop in Washington State or Oregon - I would like to know your decent bouillon brand and which store

(I know about Knorr — ok maybe.)

Thank you!

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