Definition of Bouillon cube

1. Noun. A cube of evaporated seasoned meat extract.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bouillon Cube

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bougie
bougie a boule
bougienage
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bouillabaisse
bouillabaisses
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bouillon
bouillon cube (current term)
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Literary usage of Bouillon cube

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1. How to Do Science Experiments with Children by Joan Bentley (2003)
"Hot Bath-Cold Bath Do you think a bouillon cube will dissolve faster in a cup of cold ... C The bouillon cube will dissolve at the same speed in both cups. ..."

2. Economical Cookery by Marion Harris Neil (1918)
"Carrots Braised 10 carrots 1 bouillon cube, or little meat 2 cups (1 pt. ... Add bouillon cube or meat extract to gravy in pan, add seasonings, ..."

3. The Business of Being a Housewife: A Manual to Promote Household Efficiency by Armour and Company (1917)
"Salt to taste. (Six persons.) Plain Consomme' METHOD: Beef, chicken or clam bouillon may be made instantly. Drop an Armour bouillon cube into a cup and pour ..."

4. The Duodenal Tube and Its Possibilities by Max Einhorn (1920)
"An appropriate test meal is one cup of beef bouillon (one bouillon cube, usually, Armour & Co., to one cup of hot water). Examination of the duodenal ..."

5. Practical physiological chemistry by Philip Bovier Hawk (1918)
"... each subject to drink 250 cc of bouillon prepared by dissolving one bouillon cube in hot water. Collect samples of gastric contents Time / hour /L. FIG. ..."

6. Industrial Chemistry: A Manual for the Student and Manufacturer by Allen Rogers (1920)
"In fact, from a standpoint of nutrition, a bouillon cube which contains none of the fat from the meat possesses practically no nourishment whatever. ..."

7. Diseases of the digestive organs: With Special Reference to Their Diagnosis by Charles Dettie Aaron (1921)
"The test meal consists of one bouillon cube to one cup of hot water. Bouillon contains the beef extractives which act as a strong stimulant to the digestive ..."

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