Dehydrating homemade bouillon

Discussion in 'General Food and Foraging Discussion' started by redcat, Jul 8, 2011.

  1. redcat

    redcat Cat lover, hunter, tech n

    A lot of recipes i see call for adding bouillon cubes for flavor. Unfortunately the store-bought cubes seem to be mostly salt. I've found some web pages that describe how to make home-made bouillon cubes, but they're all for frozen cubes. I really want something I can dehydrate, since it would be kind of difficult to haul along a freezer if we need to bug out :)

    Has anyone tried dehydrating beef stock or anything similar? I'm willing to experiment but if y'all have encountered problems I'd like to know what to watch out for.
  2. weedygarden

    weedygarden Well-Known Member

    The other thing about much of the boullion you can buy is that it seems to contain many chemicals, often including MSG, which is migraine inducing.