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    Default boullion, granules, and soup bases???

    Can anyone tell me if a crushed boullion cube is equivalent to the granular kind? Also what exactly is soup base and what is its equivalent?

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    One teaspoon is equivalent to one large boullion cube.

    Soup base is just the base ingredient of stock for your soup, like a veggie base, chix, or beef. It's your main flavor of your soup. You can use stock, boullion, etc to get a base, or if its a chowder- cream & butter.

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