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I'm a newbie so forgive me if this is somewhere else, but I would like to use some of my organic chicken broth. It has no added sugar, no carrageen. But I can't see it allowed anywhere in the literature. I will get around to making my own. I love the recipeshow in the books, but with a cold salad for lunch, I'd like a cup of broth first. Blame it on living in China for 2 years and starting every meal with a light soup. Do I have to make my own first?

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2 hours ago, Sister.Journey said:

I'm a newbie so forgive me if this is somewhere else, but I would like to use some of my organic chicken broth. It has no added sugar, no carrageen. But I can't see it allowed anywhere in the literature. I will get around to making my own. I love the recipeshow in the books, but with a cold salad for lunch, I'd like a cup of broth first. Blame it on living in China for 2 years and starting every meal with a light soup. Do I have to make my own first?

You don't have to make your own, althoo if you're buying the carton'd shelf stable stuff from a generic grocery store, it's not going to give the benefits of the nutrients and gut healing properties of making your own.  HOwever, as long as there's nothing in the ingredients that are against the rules, you're good to go... check out the common additives and sneaky sugars lists in my signature below to make sure.

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5 hours ago, Sister.Journey said:

Thank You! The only thing not on the additives is yeast extract. The organic chicken broth lists it at the end. 

Not ideal because people who are very sensitive to MSG which is not permitted can be sensitive to yeast extract but not disallowed for the program.

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