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seafood broth

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I'm wondering if anyone out there has ever seen packaged seafood broth. I see all varieties of chicken, beef, and vegetable broths but no seafood.

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  1. Kitchen Basics makes a seafood stock, but I've never seen a broth. You can usually find the stock at your higher end grocery stores.

    1. Check the freezer section at CM where they have the Demi-glacé.

      1. Kitchen Basics Seafood Stock is an all-fish stock (no shellfish). They also have a Clam Stock.

        The "Better Than Bouillon" line includes fish, clam and lobster bases.

        http://www.superiortouch.com/retail/p...

        1. Knoor makes fish and shrimp broth cubes, you can usually find them at asian and latin groceries.

          1. There's nothing like the real thing. I use Ajinomoto "hon-dashi" granulated bonito stock in a pinch. Usually available at Korean/Japanese grocers.Sold in small jars, it keeps tightly sealed in the 'fridge for months. Far cleaner taste IMHO than the cubed stuff.