broth definition

  • noun:
    • water which beef, fish, or vegetables happen boiled; stock.
    • A thin, clear soup according to stock, that rice, barley, animal meat, or vegetables are added.
    • A liquid containing nutritional elements for culturing microorganisms: "[They] grew micro-organisms in a little flask of broth” ( Horace Freeland Judson).
    • Water where food (beef or veggie etc) happens to be boiled.
    • A soup made from broth as well as other ingredients particularly vegetables, natural herbs or diced beef.
    • Liquid which skin (and sometimes other substances, as barley or rice) is boiled; slim or easy soup.
    • Liquor by which skin is boiled and macerated, typically with certain veggies so it can have a much better relish.
    • liquid where meat and vegetables tend to be simmered; used as a basis for e.g. soups or sauces
    • a thin soup of beef or seafood or veggie stock
  • others:
    • See brath.

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