Campbell's Select HarvestLight Southwestern-Style Vegetable Soup, 15.3-Ounce Bowls (Pack of 8) Review
(More customer reviews)This soup has a nice zesty flavor, very tasty for a (slightly) lower sodium soup. It just doesn't have enough of the vegetables pictured on the label. There might be two or three spoonfuls in the entire package. This might be a good soup to have with something else (sandwich or salad) or as a snack, but it's not enough food to be a meal on its own.
I also have a problem with this being labeled as having two servings. Really?? Who is going to eat half of this container? Campbell's: label it as one serving. The entire package is only 100 calories - why do you need to play labeling games? I'm guessing it's to try to hide the true sodium number (which is better than some soups, but still high when you consider most people WILL eat the entire package contents) You're not fooling us. We *can* multiply by 2.
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(More customer reviews)As a very fussy packaged product eater, this is the only canned clam chowder I will buy. It has the best flavor of any canned clam chowder I have ever tried, but it isn't without its flaws.
The main problem I have is that almost every can has at least a few pieces of clam that are sandy. It is extremely unpleasant to bite down on one of these, and it makes my jaw tingle for several minutes every time. As much as I enjoy the flavor, I can deal with this, but some people may not.
Also, there is a rotten (or at least black for some reason) piece of potato in about 1 out of every 4 cans. I have to watch out for this as I eat it.
It's also a little thicker than I would like it to be, so I often thin it out slightly with milk.
I like to sprinkle some crumbled bacon and green onions over this to jazz it up. That helps make it taste a little more like "homemade".
You may wonder why I gave it four stars when I have to deal with sand and the occasional black potato chunk. Well, it's simply because no other canned product I've tried even comes close. I would easily give this 5 stars if the sand and potato issues were fixed with better quality control. As it stands, I give this a 4 star rating simply because it's the best that I have found when compared to everything else I have tried.
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(More customer reviews)I usually buy Wolfgang Puck's version of chicken noodle organic soup, but since I did not love it I decided to try this brand. Well if you picture Puck's being the soup represented as the Progresso chicken noodle soup in the Progresso commercial and Health Valley being Campbell's soup, well that's the difference you get in this soup. There was approximately one teaspoon of of very small diced chicken in a can. The noodles were very soft intermingled with a few pieces of vegetables. The opaque broth was the best part as it was not salty and had a delicate flavor. I've decided to resume purchasing Wolfgang's until I stumble upon one I like better. I applaud any company that makes organic food products, so I may try another Health valley product in the future.
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(More customer reviews)I was born and raised in Philadelphia. I have tasted only one version of Snapper soup that was better. That was a frozen version produced by Campbell Soups during the 1960s. Having said that, Bookbinders' Snapper Soup is the best-tasting Snapper now available. The label instructs you to cut the contents with one-half can of water; I prefer to open two cans and warm the contents straight. The result is rich and thick with a flavourable base, filled with turtle meat, cooked egg white, and just the right mix of seasonings. Probably the best snapper soup on the market.
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(More customer reviews)Vegan. Organic. Kosher. Not overly spicy for chili, but still some bite. Comparable to medium hot salsa. Fantastic over rice or pasta or with tortilla chips. Wonderful vegan taco filling. Also available in spicy Amy's Organic Spicy Chili, 14.7 Ounces (Pack of 12) and lower sodium Amy's Light in Sodium Organic Medium Chili, 14.7-Ounce Can (Pack of 12). Six star company. Another vegan wonder from Amy's kitchen! This review is out there for those for whom this makes a difference. See all of my reviews for more great choices. Check out "Vegan Grocery Favorites" and "Vegan Grocery Top Ten" in Listmania. Your "helpful" votes count and will be greatly appreciated to benefit the search of others. Thank you.
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Ready to serve. Do not add water. Chili is fun food, hearty, substantial and just plain good eating. From its modest beginnings in San Antonio, Texas (before Texas was a state) chili has spread far and wide. Amy's meatless version of this well known dish, made from pure organic and natural ingredients, prepared with the same care as our popular frozen meals and canned soups, will satisfy chili lovers everywhere. A medium chili, made from organic red beans and tofu, in a flavorful Mexican sauce, for those who want the taste of chili, but not the heat. USDA Organic. No GMO's; No Bioengineered Ingredients; Gluten free. Certified Organic by QAI.
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(More customer reviews)This is a tasty, spicy meat free organic chili.
Highly recommended, even just a little try.
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Ready to serve. Do not add water. Chili is fun food, hearty, substantial and just plain good eating. From its modest beginnings in San Antonio, Texas (before Texas was a state) chili has spread far and wide. Amy's meatless version of this well known dish, made from pure organic and natural ingredients, prepared with the same care as our popular frozen meals and canned soups, will satisfy chili lovers everywhere. For those who like their chili hot, organic red beans and tofu in a Mexican sauce that's nice and spicy. No GMO's. No Bioengineered Ingredients; Gluten free. USDA Organic. Certified Organic by QAI.
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(More customer reviews)It contains autolyzed yeast extract which is equivalent to MSG. I checked the nutrition info on their website and it wasn't included in the list of ingredients so I grabbed a box I had in the kitchen and it was listed there.
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Made with ingredients you can pronounce and with only 70mg of sodium.We begin with free-range chickens raised on an organic vegetarian diet. Our mixture of simple ingredients is cooked together to create a foundation for a rich, delicious low sodium broth you didn\'t have to prepare yourself.Use as a base for more hearty soups, risotto, and pasta dishes or create your own amazing recipe.
(More customer reviews)TRUE, Puck's Organic Soups are a bit high in salt,
but that aside, they are a staple in our home during Winter.
I order several cases pre-Winter or mid-Winter. The Barley and Lentil are
my husband's favorites, but he heartily eats the others.
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(More customer reviews)Of all the light or healthy versions of canned soups by Campbell's (and others, too), this is my favorite. True, I happen to like most things that are Mexican in flavor, so that's a factor. But after sampling some "diet-friendly" soups that were bland or boring or heavy on the celery flavor (hate that), this was a lovely change.
I've made sure to keep it stocked in my pantry for over a year now.
It's tomatoey brothy, it's got black beans and chicken and rice, but it's not stew-like. It still has plenty of broth, so it's adaptable. I tend to sprinkle some low-fat cheddar on top to add to the flavor and texture. Some days, I'll open a can of black beans and add it for more fiber. When I want to splurge, I add more beans, corn, low fat cheese and a tiny dollop of lite sour cream.
If you have leftover veggies and rice, you can thicken it into a stew. I've done it, and it works.
Some info: One cup has 130 calories. It has 480 mg of sodium per serving, and 2 g of fat--one of those saturated--plus 2 grams of fiber and 8 grams of protein.
This is just a fun soup and tasty and a winner from Campbell's. I hope it stays in their line permanently.
A note: The convenient microwavable can version of this doesn't taste as good. It probably has to do with it being cooked IN the can in the nuker, maybe, not sure. But I did notice it tasted "tinny" in that other packaging. I'd recommend THIS can and cooking in a non-reactive pot (ie, stainless steel), because this broth is very tomatoey.
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(More customer reviews)This soup is so good especially when you cook it on the stove. I was never a tomato soup lover until I tried this brand.
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(More customer reviews)Unlike the "Soup at Hand" product line, making this a single serving hasn't reduced the taste or appearance of the product at all. This is pretty much true of all the single serving Campbell's soups in this size, which is called a "Soup Bowl". Originally, these bowls were smaller, more on the order of 10 or 12 ounces. At 15 ounces, this is a bit more than a single serving, at least for me. I would like it a bit smaller. I would also like to see more products sold this way; for example, Cream of Mushroom and Bean with Bacon would both be on my favorites list.
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(More customer reviews)I've been eating a lot of soup lately as part of my diet. And I'm happy to say that this old childhood favorite is actually food. Unlike Campbells other soups you don't need an encyclopedia to understand what's in it. There's tomato puree, high fructose corn syrup, spices, salt and Ascorbic and Citric Acids.
No MSG. No hydrolyzed anything. Granted I am not a fan of corn syrup, but I'm giving them a break because it goes so good with crackers or a grilled cheese sandwich.
Still killer sodium levels but if you eat the whole can mixed with water it's only 225 calories.
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(More customer reviews)I've purchased several of these Healthy Choice soups. I found this one to be okay but quite bland.
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(More customer reviews)This is a creamy textured soup with a little bite. It does contain chicken broth, for those who are vegans to be aware of.
It's a quick healthy snack, and I find I turn to it again and again.
I buy it on Amazon as its no longer available at the stores I shop in. Its been a favorite for the past two years.
It has a wonderful, interesting flavor, has a reasonable caloric content (1 C= 140 cal.) and needs nothing to make it more so, like many other soups which lack interest.
I'm about to purchase my second case.
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(More customer reviews)This soup is great if you are on a bland diet or craving potatoes. I bought a few cans locally then saw I could order them on here. When making this soup it calls for a can of milk. I use 2% organic milk and I do not fill the can up all the way as I find it too watery. I fill it with about half milk. After it has simmered in the pot I like to pour it in a bowl and add some cracked pepper to the top and mix in some shredded cheddar cheese. It is nice and creamy and hits the spot! Sadly it does not keep you full for long. I again recommend this if on a bland diet or just looking for a tasty soup you can dress up to your liking. I don't eat pork but think if one was to add bacon bits it would taste like a loaded potato soup!
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(More customer reviews)I have tried several of the Dr. McDougall's cup of soup products in the past, and thought they were okay, but came across the Eating Right cups of soup for sale at my local grocery. I'm currently on a low/no fat regimen, and having trouble finding quick healthy things to eat for lunch. The Potato Leek soup fit the bill perfectly. It is warm, filling, low fat, contains natural ingredients and has under 400mg of sodium -- I have also tried the Black Bean Soup and Miso varieties of this same brand, but the potato leek is the very best.
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(More customer reviews)I really was shocked to see directions using 1/2 gallon of milk, and 1 1/2 gallons of water. Another instance of not enough information to help me know what I was buying. I thought there would be quantities for family use. At least the can will store what is not used. Let's see if I use 2 cups of milk and 6 cups of water how much of the mix do I use? Then there is a recipe on the can for tomato bisque soup that adds heavy cream to figure out... It is a good thing I like math.
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