Often times, stock and broth are associated with being the same as one another. This couldn’t be further from the truth. When it comes to stock, it is made from bones. Stock is thicker because of the bone collagen that seeps into the mixture. On the other hand, broth is thinner and is made from meat and vegetables. In terms of nutrition, both provide an equal amount of nutrients and energy. Stock is generally a bit fattier, however. In terms of cooking, both can be used in place of one another. It is important to consider the benefits of each before making the choice between the two.
- Before purchasing a random carton of liquid, make sure you’re adding the correct product to your cart
- Stock is a slightly more robust liquid that contains more nutrients than broth
- Despite claims by the public, there is no conclusive research to support any additional health benefits
“But although they seldom receive centerpiece treatment, these flavorful liquids are indispensable in the kitchen.”