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Progresso Vegetable Classics Soup, Vegetable, 19 oz, 6 Pack [amazon.com]
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Good price compared to WM at $1.50 per can. TU!Smilie Shows $5.85 for me w/s&s/5 items.Smilie
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With only 60% of your daily sodium from one can! Good price though, this stuff is on the more expensive side at the store.
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wish it was for all flavors
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With only 60% of your daily sodium from one can! Good price though, this stuff is on the more expensive side at the store.
Saw that, I always check because I've always had an intolerance to sodium, since childhood....and that's just the sodium in the item never mind adding any. Good thing though is you can rinse in a colander, the veggies, and or also dilute the broth with part water, taste doesn't suffer, imho.
Fyi sodium also affects/increases blood pressure, in those w/hypertension, high-bpn and kidney problems!
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Dead already?
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Saw that, I always check because I've always had an intolerance to sodium, since childhood....and that's just the sodium in the item never mind adding any. Good thing though is you can rinse in a colander, the veggies, and or also dilute the broth with part water, taste doesn't suffer, imho.
Fyi sodium also affects/increases blood pressure, in those w/hypertension, high-bpn and kidney problems!
Interesting, I've never tried rinsing canned soup... No way to tell exactly what you're working with when done though although it HAS to be less - lol.

Not to mention it causes you to retain water like crazy especially if you don't drink enough water as is.
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Interesting, I've never tried rinsing canned soup... No way to tell exactly what you're working with when done though although it HAS to be less - lol.

Not to mention it causes you to retain water like crazy especially if you don't drink enough water as is.
Yep same as rinsing say Ramen Noodles of the sodium, and only using 1/4 of the seasoning packet etc.
Also rinsing the excess fat content off cooked ground beef (have to do that for my dogs, who are both prone to Pancreatitis attacks). Course another good way is to cook part ground beef and part ground turkey together so the flavors meld, then use in meals like meatloaf, meat sauce for spaghetti etc. Smilie

Retain water, is exactly what happened to me when I was 15 and in civil air patrol. We had marching drills daily in the sun, and had to take salt tablets to avoid electrolyte imbalance from sweat loss.
I was the only person to wake up the next day with edema/swelling of both legs from my knees down!EEK! Was sent to the Dr. on base and of course he said no more salt tablets for me! Prior to that growing up, I only knew I had a dislike for anything salty..to this day I can tell if whatever the item is has too much salt and will be a problem for me, just by the 1st bite. Alcohol also causes water retention.... Frown
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Albertsons has had this at .99 per can, all varieties twice over the last month in their weekly sales. Still good price.

Also, take in the weekly sale ad and WM will PM. Smilie
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are these like vegetarian I.e. no chicken broth and all?
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