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The bouillon cubes I use (Wyler's) states on the jar that one cube makes ONE cup of broth. Crushed one to see how it measured up and it came to one teaspoon. Also the reliable sources I've checked all say one cube = 1 teaspoon (tsp). Hope that helps.
I have a favorite option, it's a concentrate or "base", like SAJ14SAJ mentioned. Costco now carries it, making it also an inexpensive option - Better than Bouillon, the organic, reduced sodium variety. I almost always make my own broth, this product is great for stretching homemade or enriching it. In a pinch, it's even OK just mixed with water. It was ...
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