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Old 08-27-2007, 05:04 PM   #1
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What is brown seasoning sauce?



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I am a member of Weight Watchers. In one of their cookbooks there is an ingredient called brown seasoning sauce. What is brown seasoning sauce?



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Old 08-27-2007, 05:08 PM   #2
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My best guess, Sunny, is that it is Kitchen Bouquet, which is found near sauces and condiments in most grocery stores.
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Ditto what Katie E said!
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Brown seasoning sauce? If it goes on mashed potatoes, I call that gravy!

Ok, seriously, I’d go with what Katie and Kitchenelf said. They know their stuff.

What is the recipe for?
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Gravy Master would also apply.
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Old 08-27-2007, 06:11 PM   #6
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Technically, couldn’t you say, loosely, that Soy, Teriyaki, and Worcestershire sauce are “brown seasoning sauces”?
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Old 08-27-2007, 06:14 PM   #7
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Gravy Master would also apply.
That's a new one for me Vera. I've never heard of Gravy Master. I'll have to look for it next time I shop.
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That's a new one for me Vera. I've never heard of Gravy Master. I'll have to look for it next time I shop.
maybe it was a new jersey thing.. I saw that way more than kitchen boquet.
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My parents purchased Weigh****cher's cookbook called "New Complete Cookbook". There's no brown seasoning sauce anywhere in there. However, saying that is meaningless as there are probably many. In the basics, or sauces section, the book has nothing like that. Is there an introduction to the cookbook that you have since it may describe the recipe to that sauce? If not, I'm going with what Keltin said.
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My parents purchased Weigh****cher's cookbook called "New Complete Cookbook". There's no brown seasoning sauce anywhere in there. However, saying that is meaningless as there are probably many. In the basics, or sauces section, the book has nothing like that. Is there an introduction to the cookbook that you have since it may describe the recipe to that sauce? If not, I'm going with what Keltin said.
The problem I would have with your logic is that the sauces keltin mentioned are loaded with sodium, which is something all of us should avoid. Just my gut reaction and personal opinion. However, Kitchen Bouquet could just as well have a heavy sodium content, too. I don't use it, so I don't know.
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