Chicken Bouillon Cube Ingredients

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I guess it could be worse; MSG could be the first ingredient.  Still, it’d be nice if something chicken-related appeared above the 2% mark.  But what’s really outrageous is that there’s no bouillon in it at all!

Posted by Anthony on 4 replies


01. Oct 5, 2012 at 03:07am by d. chan:

OUTRAGEOUS! But seriously, is that last part a joke? I mean, there’s no bouillon in it? What do you think bouillon is? There’s "no bouillon" in the bouillon. Hmm. Yeah, alright.

02. Oct 5, 2012 at 03:08pm by Anthony:

Yes, it’s a joke.  Apparently I forgot the </sarcasm> tag.

03. Dec 17, 2014 at 11:33am by gary carter:

how much sodium is contained in one cube of either chicken or beef

04. Dec 17, 2014 at 11:50am by Anthony:

Not enough to worry about, considering the large amount of water it gets diluted into.  The scientific evidence shows that, except in very rare cases, salt/sodium intake doesn’t affect health much at all.  This is in contrast to government health recommendations, which of course are rarely based on good science.  See these articles for more:

Scientific American: It’s Time to End the War on Salt
The zealous drive by politicians to limit our salt intake has little basis in science.

Shaking Up The Salt Myth: Healthy Salt Recommendations
Sodium plays a crucial role in optimal health, and too little salt intake can be dangerous in the long run.

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