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Imagine Foods Organic Soup Potato Quinoa and Spinach -- 17.3 oz Each / Pack of 4
Natural Creations. With Caramelized Onions. NEW 25% Less Sodium than Other Leading Brands. USDA Organic. All-Natural. No Added Preservatives. Homemade Taste. Easy To Open. This soup is inspired by a South American recipe where quinoa has been eaten for over 5000 years. We cook organic potatoes quinoa caramelized onions garlic and a touch of cream for a savory flavored soup that is sure to please. . Discover the delicious goodness in each chunky spoonful of Imagine® soup. Tempting flavors await you in this hearty soup chock full of wholesome ingredients. Enjoy the soup for lunch or dinner - and savor the delightful flavors of the all-natural soups.
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Customer reviews for Imagine Foods Organic Soup Potato Quinoa and Spinach -- 17.3 oz Each / Pack of 4
Review 1 for Imagine Foods Organic Soup Potato Quinoa and Spinach -- 17.3 oz Each / Pack of 4
fromSanta Fe, NM
Black Pepper dramatically enhances this soup
March 3, 2013
"I used to use Betty Crocker 100% REAL MASHED POTATOES, till I read the fine print and learned they contain soy and corn.
In looking for organic potato products I tried this Imagine soup. I added it to organic brown rice I cooked in Organic Free Range Chicken Broth, with turmeric added as well as olive oil and some crushed red pepper.
First bite... not dynamite.
I added a sturdy shake of black pepper, and Wa La, a totally different soup altogether.
Now, I love this soup."
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Review 2 for Imagine Foods Organic Soup Potato Quinoa and Spinach -- 17.3 oz Each / Pack of 4
As flavorful as cardboard.
February 19, 2013
"I had high hopes for this soup. I tried this flavor and loaded baked potato. Oddly, they tasted very much alike and very bland. I was happy that there wasn't sugar in the soup and the other ingredients made me think the soup would have more appeal. They didn't taste bad so much as they just didn't taste like the ingredients should have tasted."