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Help need some good gravy salt now comptons/burdalls have gone out of
buisness any suggestions have tried all these powders but they are
rubbish

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Okay, what on earth is gravy salt. Need to know, never
heard of such a thing.

nancy



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Nancy Young wrote:
> Okay, what on earth is gravy salt. Need to know, never
> heard of such a thing.
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> nancy


Based on what 'Rusty' posted, it's instant gravy mix in the UK.

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> Nancy Young wrote:
>> Okay, what on earth is gravy salt. Need to know, never
>> heard of such a thing.


> Based on what 'Rusty' posted, it's instant gravy mix in the UK.


Ah! Gotcha. thanks ... nancy


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aem wrote:
> Nancy Young wrote:
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> Based on what 'Rusty' posted, it's instant gravy mix in the UK.


I don't know much about it, either. But google is my friend. ;-)

I would just make homemade gravy (or instant in a pinch).


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Nancy Young wrote:
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Looks like a browning agent, some sort of caramelized stuff (sugar, I
guess) and salt.

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Sorry for punctuation mistakes, i live in uk and have always prefered
comptons to bisto etc which comes in powder form thank you for all the
relies and advice much appreciated ,Colin

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