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I am o using powder and cube broth for my soups. Is this ok or what should I use or look out for. I am end of my phase 1 but had no soups which I love because i am not sure if the powder soup broth is ok. I a doing thsi diet on a very tight food budget. Just found this site so I thought I would ask.
Thanks for any advice.
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Either is probably fine, but likely depends on the ingredients. Look for added sugars or starches which would make it less P1 friendly, but I can't really imagine why either would be in a broth. Other than that, I'd probably pick whichever is lower in sodium.
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I use Swanson Chicken Broth in a box. The one I normally us is 100% fat free and 33% less sodium. I use it for soups, gravy, to cook vegies, etc.
Oops, just reread and see that you're on a budget. I don't remember what Swanson costs but it's probably not the cheapest. Sorry!
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The cheapest is probably to make your own from meat scraps. Or, you can make stock using any bones. You can also make a broth using the parts of vegetables you don't eat (ends of carrots, onions, etc.). Strain out the scraps/bones and if you used any meat, be sure to de-fat the broth or stock.
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