The Etymology of Stock and Broth

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Question: When you make soup, do you start with stock or broth? Answer: It depends.

Rachael Mamane answers that question and others in Mastering Stocks and Broths, the definitive and most comprehensive guide on stocks, broths, and how to prepare and use them. As a special treat to celebrate the book launch, we’ve got an excerpt from the first chapter that just might help clear your culinary confusion:

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