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chicken noodle soup<br>
rice<br>
gravy for pot pie<br>
straight broth
 

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i use it in several recipes, drink it straight when sick, or make chicken/vegetable/rice soup.
 

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i always keep little frozen "stock cubes" and toss one in a pan to make sauces. i also always keep a jar ready to use to baste any roasted meat.
 

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Egg drop soup with mung bean noodles<br>
Seafood and egg soup<br>
Chicken and vegetable soup<br>
Using as stock for cooking lentils and crockpot cooking
 

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We usually have several bowls a week of just sotck or stock and noodles, maybe veggies thrown in (like baby carrots)<br><br>
cooking rice(SO GOOD)<br><br>
pretty much everything.
 

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it adds tons of flavor to your soups and stews. i also use it to make yummy sauces. i made the most delicious pork chops with sauce the other day. i browned the bone-in chops in coconut oil in a skillet, then added the broth and seasonings (garlic, rosemary, etc), put a lid on it and simmered them till done. my non pork eating husband raved over them! they were nice and juicy too.
 

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All of the above mentioned ways!! You can also sub a number of cooking liquids in a recipe. How about cooking vegetables in? Or potatoes?
 

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What do you generally freeze your stock in? I make a batch or two a week and just use it up. I really prefer to not use plastic...but it would be nice to make bigger batches less often. How do you do it?
 

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You could always go with a quart size (or smaller, if you prefer) glass canning jar? Just be sure to leave enough headroom for expansion.<br><br>
As for me...I use plastic freezer bags <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/duck.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Duck">:
 
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