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Dr. McDougall's Right Foods Vegan Lentil Couscous Soup, Lower Sodium, 2.1-Ounce Cups (Pack of 6)
- Pack of 6, 2.1-ounce cups (total of 12.6-ounces)
- Vegan; light sodium
- Only 210 calories; whole grain
- Only 210 Calories
- High Fiber -9 g
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Contains: Wheat. Food & Cup will be hot. Use caution handling cup & food.
Whole Wheat Couscous, Lentils*, Vegetables* (Onion, Tomato, Garlic, Carrot), Yeast Extract, Vegan Natural Flavors, Pineapple*, Spices, Turmeric. *Dried
Add water to fill line. Stir. Microwave 1 minute 30 seconds. Stir again. Cover & Let Stand 5 Minutes. Enjoy.
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Top Customer Reviews
The soup may have less sodium, but it is incredibly bland tasting. It doesn't need salt, but a pinch of extra seasoning would have helped the taste. This may be great for some, but for me it would deter me from purchasing more of this product unless I were to get some extra seasoning to dump in it.
The best part of the soup is that it is incredibly filling- even more so than some of McDougall's other products. It's just that I'd rather have something that tastes good rather than something that is filling. If you don't mind bland food or can season it to perfection, get this product. If you are like me & just don't have the time to season food at work, you may want to skip this & give their other products a try.
*Oh, and I recommend letting this sit for 8 minutes rather than 5. It made the lentils & couscous much more tender!
This soup is also very healthy (especially considering other "quick" meal or snack options)...try getting the same fiber and protein, with almost no fat or sugar and only 190 calories, in anything else this warm and filling. Now, others seem to have tried to compare it to soup from a five-star restaurant, complaining of missing "distinct flavor notes" and incorrect "texture"...this is dehydrated soup in a cup, people! I prepared it with hot water, and let it sit for over 5 minutes. The soup was not "mushy" at all...the couscous was fine, the lentils were quite soft, but they did not break up into a nebulous grey glob or anything. It is what it is, and for an instant "cup of soup", it is excellent!
Considering how easy it is to store and make, the quality of ingredients, how healthy it is for a fairly filling quick meal or snack, and how inexpensive it is (the cost breaks down to less than the cost of a can of name-brand soup at the supermarket)...I am going to be buying this again for sure!
The ingredients absorb all the water so it will be thick. You can add more water if you like. My first cup turned out perfect, and although this is a smaller-size cup it was a lot to eat. I actually had this for my breakfast and I stayed and felt full all morning! Actually there are only 180 calories, so that is fantastic. Prepare yourself for a lot of gas after consuming this, but that can usually be expected after eating something so healthy.
This is a single serving (careful some of his products list nutrition info for 2 servings for one container). The high fiber fills you up. It's warm, good natural source of iron, Vit. A and protein. To help me lose weigh and eat correctly, I've been using a free food diary and analysis site (caloriecount dot about dot com). They give this product an A minus for nutritional value.
Updated: It's not soup, it's just couscous after being microwaved. I'm not sure why it's called "soup", but just think of it as instant couscous.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a soup but delicious. If you follow directions they are perfect couscous every time.Published 6 days ago by RTS/AS
My husband is not much of a chef (and that's being kind). Well, after a few mishaps (which NO ONE else will suffer) he succeeded in making a soup he thought was both delicious as... Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. Blitzstein
Although similar to the other Right Foods dried soups, the Lentil and Couscous soup is only fair when it comes to taste.Published 15 months ago by Steve L.
This is one of my favorites of the McDougall soups. I put hot sauce in it. Great for work or snack.Published 15 months ago by Melinda Ziegler