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Knorr Stock Mix

Cock Throppled

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You know those little cans of stock mix made by Knorr and others? They come in veggie, chicken and beef and are really convenient for quick stock to add to recipes. Well, they are convenient the first time you open them - after that the stuff has hardens into flavoured cement and has to be chipped out of the can with a hammer and chisel. Anyone know some trick to keeping the stuff in loose granule form?
 

Dakota Wood

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Buy it in cube form, or take the lid off the can and put it in a small airtight bowl with a fresh piece of bread. Overnight, the moisture will be drawn out of the bread and into the stock mix, making it soft again. That also works with brown sugar that goes hard.
 

tao

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Dakota Wood said:
Buy it in cube form, or take the lid off the can and put it in a small airtight bowl with a fresh piece of bread. Overnight, the moisture will be drawn out of the bread and into the stock mix, making it soft again. That also works with brown sugar that goes hard.
WOW ... you really seem to know a lot about making hard things soft and what makes soft things hard ... :p
 

Quarter Mile'r

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tao said:
WOW ... you really seem to know a lot about making hard things soft and what makes soft things hard ... :p
Your sig pic makes it hard, wish she were available to make it soft again.:D

..........QM'r
 

tao

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Quarter Mile'r said:
Your sig pic makes it hard, wish she were available to make it soft again.:D

..........QM'r
heh heh ... she might not be available ... but there are some very close facsimilies in some of the u/g japanese micros ;)
 

Chantal

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Knorr Mix!

Makes for a great Spinach Dip.
Add some water chest nuts.
Real mayonaise and sour cream,and real spinach.
A little bit of spices here and there!
Voila your Dip is there!
All you need is a PumperNickle bread.
Cut a big hole in your bread.
Put your dip in the hole,and that should soften your mix.
Great for pot locks,and you can play with this recipe.
It's great for Parties!
 
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