Marigold Swiss Vegetable Bouillon Powder

 Marigold Swiss Vegetable Bouillon Powder

This is without doubt an ingredient that has revolutionised modern cooking.

Before Marigold you had to either make your own stock or resort to the dreaded chemically flavoured cube. Fresh stock can now be bought in supermarkets, but it's expensive. Marigold is made with vegetables and has only pure vegetable flavour, meaning you can have instant stock any time. If there were good ingredient awards, this would win first prize.

 
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