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Great way to control the sodium in gravy... I used 2 sodium free bouillon packets to 2 cups of water for broth... Thank You...

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PAcheryl #2 March 24, 2015

Very easy and simple. I used my own chicken stock and added some dried thyme. Can't wait to try with turkey drippings!

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Delicious as it Looks July 14, 2014

Easy to make taste is good. I made biscuits and gravy, and my family ate it up!

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JoannaWay2cool June 12, 2009

This has to get five stars from me. I had a friend over who has to have a gluten free diet. I searched, found this one, looked easy so I went for it. I have only made gravy once before from drippings, it turned out Awful! I was a bit worried for this time... but it was super easy and turned out REALLY good! Thanks!

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asyddall November 24, 2008

This was my first time making gluten free gravy and it turned out great! I think I actually like it better than wheat flour since it gets thicker much quicker and stays thick. I made it with Herb Ox bouillon and another batch with the drippings of the turkey (adding salt and pepper). It was really good and there were no leftovers of the turkey gravy!

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Emily Elizabeth November 22, 2007

Easy to make and pretty versatile. Not quite a gravy though...but still a good standby. I didn't try it with the pan juices but I think that would make it taste more like a gravy I remember. Great & simple recipe- thanks for sharing it

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**Jubes** April 12, 2007
Lazy Man's Gravy (Gluten Free)