>> I saw in your message that you make your own "chicken" seasoning!
>> Would you share your recipe? I have only seen veggie seasoning in my
>> HFS, and nothing that would give a chickeny flavour (which sometimes
>> just what you want):)
>This is the recipe that I use. I don't know if it taste very chickeny
>because I have been a vegetarian all of my life, but I do know that my
>family likes it better than McKay's chicken seasoning. The last time I
>made this it didn't taste right. I may have forgotten to put in an
>ingredient or it is possible that I used a different recipe.
>1 1/2c nutritional yeast
>2 1/2 tsp sweet pepper flakes
>3 tsp onion powder
>2 1/2 tsp salt
>2 1/2 tsp rubbed sage
>2 1/2 tsp celery seed
>2 1/2 tsp garlic
>2 1/2 tsp thyme, ground
>1 1/4 tsp marjoram
>1 1/4 tsp tarragon
>1 1/4 tsp paprika
>1 1/4 tsp rosemary, ground
>Blenderize fine. A coffee grinder workes well. This makes 2 cups and
>you want it can be doubled easily.
>This is another version that I have not tried but you may like it.
>1/2c food yeast (nutritional yeast)
>1 tbsp soy flour
>1/3c onion powder
>1 tbsp cumin
>1/2 tbsp garlic
>2/3 tsp marjoram or thyme
>2/3 tsp sweet basil
>1/2 tbsp paprika
>2 tbsp parsley flakes
>Combine all except parsley. Blenderize until fine. Add parsley and
For both recipies, use 1 tbsp seasoning for 1c liquid to make broth. When
using as a seasoining, use the amount the recipe calls for.