Good2 of 3 people found this review helpful
Not enough calories to eat as a stand alone one serving meal, but you can add many different things to add variety day after day. If nothing else is around you could double up on servings, which would compare the same as the other soups as far as servings and calories goes.
Versatile1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I came across a generic brand of powdered coffee creamer at a supermarket where I live that doubles as a soup base. The first ingredient in this is non-dairy creamer. Although is does have chicken fat listed 1/2 way down the list of ingredients, I plan to try this as coffee creamer too.
Great base for several soups.1 of 1 people found this review helpful
This is great for making mushroom and many other soups to cook with. Basically, just add the freeze dried mushrooms, onions, celery, or whatever you want to make. Sure will save on buying individual cans of soup.
Base for lots of soups
This is a great soup base! It really helps extend the usefulness of other ingredients in your food storage and prevent food fatigue. I'd advise adding different bouillon powders to change the flavor of the cream base.
Good for adding variety
This base makes a great start to lots of different types of soups. I made potato chowder recently - yummy!
You can use this product in so many ways. It's great for emergencies.
Just add handfuls of ingredients from other #10 cans in your stash and you've got yourself some soup/stew! So convenient
Great place to start.
This is great for making soups and cook with. Just add the freeze dried mushrooms, onions, carrots, celery, or any other vegetables/meats. I will be buying more of these. It is delicious and much cheaper than buying individual cans of different soups.