I have a question about the recipe "Secret Ingredient Beef Stew" from SmallKitchCara. I don't have any homemade beef stock on hand and wondered, if you used store bought, what brand is best...I know low sodium is a must.
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Per a Cook's Illustrated taste test done about a year ago, the Rachel Ray beef stock was the winner. It's also a low sodium product, and doesn't contain any funky additives. Per her website it can be purchased at Wal-Mart.
It's also available on the west coast at:
A&J Fine Foods, Albertson's, Andronico's, Bristol Farms, Fred Meyer, Gelson's, Mollie Stone's, Nob Hill Foods, QFC, Raley's, Ralphs, SaveMart, Stater Bros.
I like Pacific Nature low sodium. I've never seen the Rachel Ray brand anywhere!
I second the Pacific Nature vote.
Thank you for that. Pacific Nature is usually what I use. But prefer homemade.
Colavita makes the Rachel Ray stock, which is quite good. It's turning up in more markets.
Eydie Desser: Thank you for your help. That's surprising! Will try Rachel Ray's stock
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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