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I got the Organic Creamy Potato Leek for $1.94 back in December from Amazon. I would recommend against it. It is very oniony in a bad way and the overall flavor profile really is lacking -- bland, salty, with a raw onion flavor. Perhaps as a base for a homemade soup.
Sounds good, but my body hates sodium. nod
If you have a Vitamix, Blendtec, or other blender with the capability to run for several minutes at a time, check out some of the cream soup recipes from their prep books or search online. Really easy to make, come out hot and creamy (almost whipped, depending on the recipe), and you control the sodium and spice levels.

Also great if you buy Costco sized bags of potatoes and veggies and are looking for ways to use 'the rest' of the bag!

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Sounds good, but my body hates sodium. nod
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Sounds good, but my body hates sodium. nod
Same. 410mg for 1 cup is over my limit.
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While high in sodium these are lower than many soups and are good for bases in making your own. Great ingredient lists too
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Same. 410mg for 1 cup is over my limit.
If you have a Vitamix, Blendtec, or other blender with the capability to run for several minutes at a time, check out some of the cream soup recipes from their prep books or search online. Really easy to make, come out hot and creamy (almost whipped, depending on the recipe), and you control the sodium and spice levels.

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If you have a Vitamix, Blendtec, or other blender with the capability to run for several minutes at a time, check out some of the cream soup recipes from their prep books or search online. Really easy to make, come out hot and creamy (almost whipped, depending on the recipe), and you control the sodium and spice levels.

Also great if you buy Costco sized bags of potatoes and veggies and are looking for ways to use 'the rest' of the bag!
+1, if you have the means homemade soup is sooooo much tastier than the pre-made stuff!
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I got the Organic Creamy Potato Leek for $1.94 back in December from Amazon. I would recommend against it. It is very oniony in a bad way and the overall flavor profile really is lacking -- bland, salty, with a raw onion flavor. Perhaps as a base for a homemade soup.
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Why do they put SO much salt in package foods? Not great oils's either
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Why do they put SO much salt in package foods? Not great oils's either
Preservative
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Anyone have this before, the tomato one.. how's it compared to the Pacific tomato basil soup. I really like that. I almost ordered it but stopped after reading the reviews.. too brown.. not enough tomato etc
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Why do they put SO much salt in package foods? Not great oils's either
Cheap way to add flavor.
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Why do they put SO much salt in package foods? Not great oils's either
https://www.npr.org/sections/thes...-sugar-fat

With packaged food, sugar, salt and fat are your constant and overwhelming companions.

Some worse than others.
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Anyone have this before, the tomato one.. how's it compared to the Pacific tomato basil soup. I really like that. I almost ordered it but stopped after reading the reviews.. too brown.. not enough tomato etc
Yes. I came here specifically to recommend against it. It wasn't terrible -- just didn't taste like tomato basil but more like a curry. I love a good curry, but I wasn't expecting it in this soup. Don't think I'd buy it again even at half of this sale price.
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