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Soups and Chilis

By Paige Brady, October 29, 2008  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Paige Brady

Pictured above: Italian Wedding Soup with Vegan Meatballs With the change of the season, we start craving warm and nourishing soups and chili. Lucky for us, there are many ways to have a great meal like this without putting a strain on our wallets. They are great for feeding a crowd as well as freezing for a quick meal later. Listen in as nutritionist and natural foods chef Alana Sugar shares her tips for delicious soups and chili. Here are a few of our recipes to get you started. Got a favorite? Rate and comment!

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11 Comments

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c says ...
mmMm Looks good!
10/29/2008 6:35:44 PM CDT
bob levin says ...
I speak as an MD. The US government recommendations for daily sodium consumption are excessive. They are higher than what is healthy; people should be consuming less sodium than the government recommends. If you examine the Whole Food soup label, you will find that they contain significant percentages of the US recommended daily amount. I find this disturbing. Why does Whole Foods add any salt at all to their soups? Shouldn't the consumer be able to decide how s/he would like her soup salted? Whole Foods should not be adding any salt at all to its soups. Leave the choice to the customer.
01/28/2009 10:43:15 PM CST
hsiaw says ...
@bob levin We appreciate your concern about the sodium levels in our 365 soups and I will certainly pass your feedback along to the Private Label team. We consistently evaluate ingredient lists of our Private Label products to ensure that they are meeting our customer's demands for taste, quality and nutrition, so we really appreciate your opinion! Thanks.
01/29/2009 1:06:45 PM CST
Angie Snowberger says ...
After discussing how delicious Whole Foods prepared foods salmon corn chowder tastes, I was asked what the sodium content of this soup might be. I have searched your site and I am having no success finding the answer. I purchased this soup at the Whole Foods in Pittsburgh, PA. It's one of my favorite of the prepared foods you make and I would like to let my friend know the sodium content. Could you please find this information for me? Thanks.
10/05/2009 8:05:38 PM CDT
princeton convertible says ...
Hey, you've posted such a informative report that it can surely aid me.
05/31/2011 7:57:38 PM CDT
Chilis says ...
I'm def trying the Italian Wedding soup. The one at Whole Foods is SO good!
06/07/2011 9:41:50 AM CDT
Elizabeth Reew says ...
Top-notch share it is definitely. My mother has been waiting for this update.
07/24/2011 2:39:39 AM CDT
Traci McGee says ...
This looks absolutely delicious...cannot wait to try!!!!!!!!
07/11/2011 11:36:18 AM CDT
Will says ...
I speak as a Whole Foods customer, healthy human being, and consumer of delicious food. I thoroughly enjoy Whole Foods' soups, and don't want sodium levels lowered.
01/03/2013 2:06:08 PM CST
Tamara Reavis says ...
How large is the large container of soup? One cup? Two?
05/07/2013 12:28:40 PM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@TAMARA - Are you referring to the containers of soup in the stores? Typically there should be signage at the soup bars but most stores offer a 32oz./1 quart size of large soup. Double check with your local store to make sure!
05/09/2013 3:50:33 PM CDT