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    Thread created on 06:14:43 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Last replied 07:33:30 - 07/04/23 (1 year ago)
    Chicken broth --- or any other soup broth for that matter,  Does anyone else pour it from the box into a cup, microwave it, and drink it as a hot beverage.  I've done it a couple of times but wonder if others do as well.
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    Posted on 06:32:26 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    I used to with beef stock when breaking a long fast. 


    Wrong section btw

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    Posted on 06:33:50 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    And this is why you should not do lLSD people.

     

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    Posted on 06:34:37 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    4Am [2318684]

    I used to with beef stock when breaking a long fast.


    Wrong section btw
    hmmm didn't realize that there were that many forums for non-related topics.
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    Posted on 06:36:33 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    And this is why you should not do lLSD people.
    The thing is, if you have a fever, live alone, and don't have much energy, nuking and drinking chicken broth is very convenient.
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    Posted on 06:46:42 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    its got the nutrient, seems ok to me

    throw some oyster crackers in it for some calorie

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    Posted on 06:48:28 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    And this is why you should not do lLSD people.

    SirLdBaltimore [2850113]

    The thing is, if you have a fever, live alone, and don't have much energy, nuking and drinking chicken broth is very convenient.
    Don’t let him bother you. There’s nothing wrong with dropping acid or drinking chicken broth, you do you bro
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    Posted on 07:04:35 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Moved to Food & Cooking
     
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    Posted on 07:34:18 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mix it with citric acid if you have some
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    Posted on 21:05:51 - 04/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    And this is why you should not do lLSD people.

    SirLdBaltimore [2850113]

    The thing is, if you have a fever, live alone, and don't have much energy, nuking and drinking chicken broth is very convenient.

    gnorf [2411019]

    Don’t let him bother you. There’s nothing wrong with dropping acid or drinking chicken broth, you do you bro
    Was he trying to be funny?  If so, I don't think he has much of a sense of humor.  A lot of people when eating soup, drink the remaining broth from the bowl.  So pouring it into a glass and drinking it as a hot beverage isn't that outlandish.
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    Posted on 00:24:38 - 05/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    And this is why you should not do lLSD people.

    SirLdBaltimore [2850113]

    The thing is, if you have a fever, live alone, and don't have much energy, nuking and drinking chicken broth is very convenient.

    gnorf [2411019]

    Don’t let him bother you. There’s nothing wrong with dropping acid or drinking chicken broth, you do you bro

    SirLdBaltimore [2850113]

    Was he trying to be funny? If so, I don't think he has much of a sense of humor. A lot of people when eating soup, drink the remaining broth from the bowl. So pouring it into a glass and drinking it as a hot beverage isn't that outlandish.
    No idea
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    Posted on 16:31:30 - 05/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    I've sipped up the remaining broth for my ramen more frequently over the last year. I haven't felt ill enough to want to do that, but if I get hit with some new year's sniffles, I have some half-used chicken/beef broth in the fridge that might do wonders. Will update if I give it a try.

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    Posted on 17:23:00 - 05/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    booby [2245352]

    its got the nutrient, seems ok to me

    throw some oyster crackers in it for some calorie
    or dip bread.
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    Posted on 08:05:08 - 07/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Soup is a very easy way to get nutrients back into your body. Just a simple broth has enough stuff to help boost electrolytes and energy. In fact.... it's been known that a group of people consisted off of mostly just soup until their bodies could retain solid foods after being starved in war camps.

    Simply put, broth is good. It really adds so much to your body with so little energy to convert it for what's needed.

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    Posted on 08:39:22 - 07/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Kiki_Sinfox [2865246]

    Soup is a very easy way to get nutrients back into your body. Just a simple broth has enough stuff to help boost electrolytes and energy. In fact.... it's been known that a group of people consisted off of mostly just soup until their bodies could retain solid foods after being starved in war camps.

    Simply put, broth is good. It really adds so much to your body with so little energy to convert it for what's needed.
    This pretty much, broth makes the soup. Roast an assortment of veggies, pour the broth into a saucepan and heat it, add the roasted veggies, boil it, blend it. You have soup. Make a large batch and can freeze it. Great for dieting/when you have a cold or flu/meals on the go.

    In terms of drinking chicken broth straight, I've never tried it but assume it wouldn't do any harm. Just much better stuff you can do with it.
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    Posted on 09:05:58 - 07/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    i wouldn't do it since its a concentrate and usually salted. so if you drink straight from the box its prob best to buy the non salted ones
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    Posted on 21:35:14 - 08/01/23 (1 year ago)
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    Wow, I thought this was going to be a question about actual chicken broth. Like, real broth, the kind that you make. From scratch. With actual pieces of chicken.
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    Posted on 03:21:34 - 12/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Thats like soup with less steps

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    Posted on 08:05:28 - 14/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    What is broth from box? And microwave? Kind of broth are u making m8? 
    Only way to do chicken broth I know is using chicken bones or chicken skin. Put some onion, carrot, celery, salt and pepper. Low heat n boil it slow. It will be tasty and clearer.

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    Posted on 09:24:56 - 14/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    DedeSiregar [2430598]

    What is broth from box? And microwave? Kind of broth are u making m8?
    Only way to do chicken broth I know is using chicken bones or chicken skin. Put some onion, carrot, celery, salt and pepper. Low heat n boil it slow. It will be tasty and clearer.
    I normally add some white wine, and fresh herbs like bay leaf, thyme, parsley, I never put salt, only before serving.

    Also before serving I put it in the fridge, and take the fat off when it's hard.

    It's also a perfect base for many other dishes and soups.
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