Special Price for Wise Bread Readers at SoupBase.Com!
Love to create restaurant quality food at home? Looking for an inside track to how the professionals pull it off? David Sievers at SoupBase.Com is stepping up to help. Read on.
Those of you who caught my recent post regarding Seafood on the Cheap will already be somewhat familiar with SoupBase.Com. They sell among other cool things, the Minor's brand professional flavoring bases made by parent company Nestle. Ready for the discount details?
- The discount code is SEAFOODBLOG .
- It apparently needs to be entered on the first page of the checkout, prior to anything else.
- It's good for a 15 percent discount on any order over twenty-five dollars.
- This code is good until midnight, February 8th, 2009.
- If you have any problems or questions, the folks at SoupBase.Com want to give it their personal attention. In fact, David requested I provide their stateside number: 1-800-827-8328.
- Also, if browsing offline is your thing, you can request a pdf catalog via return email.
A few of the neat tidbits about the Minor's flavoring bases? They are one hundred percent natural paste-style concentrates of freshly cooked meat, poultry, seafood or vegetables. They contain no artificial ingrdients, chemical preservatives or color. Most contain less than one gram of fat per serving, and they have up to half the salt of bouillon cubes, depending on the type of base.
One teaspoon per cup of boiling water is the recommended mixing ratio. And the cost? The data I received on the chicken stock was nineteen cents a cup, way less than canned or boxed stock. So if making your own doesn't appeal to you, or even if you stick to the seafood and clam stocks alone, the savings is significant. Free recipes for the Minor's bases are available here. For other ways to cut down on cooking costs, check out these articles on poultry and meat suggestions. Happy saving!