It has been raining here in Hawaii for the past week. So, it's the prefect time to make some nutritious soup. You may have seen a USDA Organic Fig Food Soups on shelves near you. I have and couldn't wait to try them.
Fig Food Soups are full of flavor using organic, plant-based ingredients. They make eating healthy easy! The soups are made primarily of ingredients from North American farms, are 100 percent plant-based and certified organic and kosher. This is a great option for anyone, especially for those trying to stay fit. Fig Foods Soup is a low sodium soup with only 200-260 mg of sodium per serving.
I was impressed when I read the packaging and discovered all their soups come in a BPA Free container.
The Tuscan White Bean, Umbrian Lentil, Yucatan Black Bean, and Gran Farro e Fagioli are so yummy! They taste homemade without tasting too salty. I diced some onions and sauteed them and then added it to the white bean with a little secret seasoning. Not that it needed it, but the added ingredients made it even more semi-homemade and delicious.
My favorite out of their 3 Condensed Soups is the Tomato with the Wheatberry and Split Pea make a close tie for second. All you need to do is add one box of water to the condensed soup and heat. I prefer to add spices, coconut milk, onions, and garlic to them and enjoy the convenience of cooking with them as well.
We were very bust today so I heated up the Gran Farro e Fagioli and my daughter just loved this vitamin packed soup.
I buy my Fig Foods products at my Whole Foods store. You can check out their website for a location nearest you: http://www.figfood.com/