Save Veggie Liquids For Soup Stock

Many of us save odds and ends of vegetables for making soup stock. Another thing you can do is save the liquid you use to boil or steam vegetables. A lot of the flavour and nutrients of the vegetables are left behind in the water – and we normally just throw it away.

Freeze it in ziplock bags and once you have enough vegetable scraps and liquid, you'll have a great base for a stock – whether you add some meat/bones for flavour or not.

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