Q: What is broth concentrate?
The next generation of broth doesn’t come in a box. KA broth concentrates are a new way to create delicious broth flavors over and over again. Simply mix KA broth concentrate with water and heat to use in any recipe that calls for chicken, beef or vegetable broth. Or squeeze with ease to give your favorite meat, poultry, grain, veggie or stir-fry dish a boost of homemade broth flavor. Watch our video to learn more.
Q: How long do your broth concentrates last after opening?
Q: How much broth can I make with a bottle of KA broth concentrate?
The conventional broth products make 28 cups of broth- or the equivalent of 7 – 32 oz cartons you would buy in a store. The bone and no-bone broth products will make 14 cups of broth per bottle. Use as much or as little as you’d like to create your perfect broth flavor.
Q: How much broth concentrate equals one bouillon cube?
Two teaspoons of the conventional Kitchen Accomplice Broth Concentrate make one cup of broth. Therefore, two teaspoons of the conventional Broth Concentrate equal one bouillon cube. You can create a bolder flavor by adding more of the concentrate or a subtler flavor by decreasing the amount you add. It is up to you!
Q: Where can I purchase Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrates?
Our products are for sales in retail and specialty foods stores nationwide. Click here to find stores near you.
Q: Why does Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrate seem like it costs more than regular broth?
One 12-ounce bottle of Kitchen Accomplice conventional broth concentrate costs between $5.99 and $6.99 at the store and makes seven cartons worth of broth. Instead of buying seven cartons of broth, which would cost you between $17.50 and $22.75, you can buy just one bottle of KA broth concentrate for a fraction of the price. That’s a significant savings.
Additionally, Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrate comes in a 12–ounce bottle, whereas competing paste-based concentrates are priced the same but sold in 8-ounce jars.
Our customers love Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrate because it saves them money and trips to the grocery store. Instead of buying boxes of stock that last a few days and make less broth, you can store Kitchen Acccomplice concentrates to use anytime. Plus, you don’t have to worry about half-used boxes of broth going to waste.
Q: What are the natural flavors used in Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrates?
Most are simply herbal or plant extracts, much like extracts used when baking at home. And all of the natural flavors used in our products meet the restrictions and definitions set out by the FDA and USDA.
There are none. The chicken and beef stock are purely that, with no added ingredients.
Q: Do Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrates contain soy?
No. None of our KA broth concentrates contains soy.
Q:Are Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrates certified gluten free?
Products labeled as gluten free do not have gluten-containing ingredients, as verified with our suppliers, and they have been made with great care to ensure that cross-contact with gluten cannot occur during cooking and packing processes. Our products are not currently certified as gluten free, but we are exploring this possibility.
Q: What ingredients are used in Kitchen Accomplice broth concentrates?
The ingredients used in KA broth concentrates are all natural. For specifics around these ingredients, please visit the nutritional FAQ page.
Both products are made of all natural plant pasted products. There is no animal products used in the production.
Both products can be used as an ingredient for recipes or as a meal on their own. The Bone Broth has a higher protein value per serving which many people appreciate for their personal diet. A regular diet that includes bone broth is believed to contribute to health benefits such as better digestion, bone health, improved collagen intake, and reduced inflammation.
Q: How much collegan is in the Kitchen Accomplice Bone Broth?
At Kitchen Accomplice, we test for overall protein. Collagen is a protein and we do not measure this unique protein independently however, because we cook with the animal bones, collagen is the main type of protein in our bone-broth products. Both the Chicken Bone Broth and the Beef Bone Broth have 4 grams of protein per serving. The Lemon Chicken Bone Broth and the Plant-based Vegan No-Bone Broth each have 3 grams of protein per serving.
Q: What is the protein that is found in the Vegan Plant-Based No-Bone Broth concentrate?
The protein in the Vegan Plant-Based broth concentrate comes mostly from Pea and Rice Protein. The product has 3 grams of protein per serving.
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