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Old 05-02-2008, 12:28 PM   #21
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While tomatoes are technically a fruit, they are also considered a veggie.
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Lamely trying to make a point, GB.

I guess I'd be more comfortable with a broth definition from a foodie source than from a dictionary. Not that Webster's is wrong, but their focus is different.
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Old 05-02-2008, 12:31 PM   #23
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So, if you guys were going to use chicken flavoring for a dish, like rice or gravy, which would you use?
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Me, I'd start with a stock. It will give you a less complex flavor, closer to the natural flavor of the meat. Then if you want, you can always add other veggies or flavorings.

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I would go with stock as well. Stock will not only give you nice flavor, but it will also give you that great mouth feel.
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All of our technical differentiation aside, the majority of what you can buy in the market is not stock but broth. The canned Swanson's or College Inn are both broths. So, unless you are making your own, you will probably end up using broth.
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