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    ...but I really don't know the answer to this question.

    Do I have to declare oxo in your luggage

    In December/January, we sometimes have a chilly wait for the fireworks at Epcot etc. DH buys himself a hot chocolate but the only thing I can drink hot is oxo. So, planning on keeping an oxo cube in my bag :lol; and if it gets cold in the evening, I can just ask for a cup of hot water instead of tea/coffee/hot chocolate etc.

    Don't you think it's time that WDW started to sell hot Bovril or hot cups of soup on a winter evening?

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    erm.....i have no idea!!




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    If my memory serves me correctly isn't Oxo like a powdered or cubed bullion? It is some sort of soup thing right? If so then NO you don't have to declare it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 239497
    If my memory serves me correctly isn't Oxo like a powdered or cubed bullion? It is some sort of soup thing right? If so then NO you don't have to declare it.
    they're beef (can get other flavours) stock cubes with seasoning

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    I used to love an Oxo cube when I was a lad.
    We were so poor that it was the only square meal that I had each day!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 239520
    I used to love an Oxo cube when I was a lad.
    We were so poor that it was the only square meal that I had each day!

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    We usually bring marmite through. Not sure if it's allowed or not




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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 239497
    If my memory serves me correctly isn't Oxo like a powdered or cubed bullion? It is some sort of soup thing right? If so then NO you don't have to declare it.
    I am so glad you said what this is cause I was clueless!












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    You don't have to declare Marmite either.





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