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Chicken broth?!

Shelley CoxShelley Cox CarbondaleMember Posts: 2,752
edited 3 March, 2013 in Food & Nutrition
This is Delyte. Since I am doing so poorly, my person got some canned chicken broth for me. She was amazed to see that it contained not only sugar and vegetable juices but also onion juice. She had four different kinds of "broth" in the house and they all contained onion juice. Since onion is bad for kitties, she thinks she will have to make me broth from scratch, but she has been giving me foods made with this stuff for years. Even the organic ones had all this added stuff. Apparently onions aren't too bad for me, though, as I am striving to turn 18 soon. And I love all kinds of foods made with onions, like Italian food. :D (^^
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