Everything about this recipe collection is inconsistent, starting with the way of measuring ingredients. Some ingredients are measured in grams and liters. Others are measured in ounces and cups and spoons. Most mix metric and Imperial measurements in the same recipe. Quite a few recipes call for canned ingredients. Sometimes the author specifies the can size and sometimes not.
The nutritional information is also inconsistent. Sometimes it contains sodium levels, and sometimes it doesn't. Most of the recipes that list a sodium content show 600 mg or higher. The Slow Cooked Chicken Chowder has over 1000 mgs sodium. The Old Fashioned Italian Tortellini Soup has over 1100 mgs of sodium. That's about half of the recommended daily allowance in a single serving of food. As for the designation of "low calorie," I'm not sure what the author considers low calorie, but some of these soups have a calorie count of close to 400 calories for a single serving of soup. I'm not going to spend 400 calories and 1100 mgs of sodium on a single cup of soup!
Do the soups taste good? I don't know because I'm not going to make any of them. If I go to the trouble of making home made soup, I don't want it to taste like canned soup by adding all sorts of sodium filled canned ingredients.
In the author's notes at the end, she refers to these as "collected" recipes. Perhaps this collection works well for the author. It doesn't work well for me.