Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your vegan bouillon.
Rapunzel thought she had found the man of her dreams. Little did she know he was only after one thing. Well, actually he was after several things.
The prince wanted a vegan bouillon. He couldn’t stand the thought of purchasing those regular bouillons in the grocery store with “natural flavorings,” and other wild things he hadn’t heard of. It would be nice if it contained organic ingredients. And while he wasn’t a high blood pressure patient, no added salt is great for any prince trying to stay healthy, thus looking hot.
Of course, you’ll never hear that side of Rapunzel’s story because unfortunately, the witch, replaced it with one with beef stock.
I confess, I don’t use bouillon for a lot of recipes, normally just buying vegetable stock. But a seitan creation required it, thus causing me to search for one.
Rapunzel bouillon was a delight to find. At first I was hesitant to purchase the no salt added variety, but was in the mood to be healthier. And what a good choice. With so many other spices and herbs, you definitely won’t miss it.
It dissolves easily in liquid, but the particular recipe I used it for required I crumble it in the dry form and blend with a mixture. It was a pleasure “licking” my fingers afterwards, giving me an sign that I knew I would enjoy whatever was to come from this bouillon seasoning my dish.
Personally, I’ve found completely vegan bouillon to be a hard find in the past, even shopping at organic and natural food stores like Trader Joes or Whole Foods. Have you encountered a similar issue? Is there a brand of vegan or vegetable bouillon you trust and recommend?
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