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Lissa

Gluten Free Soups?

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Does anyone know of a gluten free soup? Soup used to be my favourite food, and I miss it. Or does anyone have a good recipe for soup?

Thanks!

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Several of the Progresso varieties are gluten-free. Soup is generally pretty easy to make and if you make it yourself you know it is gluten-free.

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Here's a couple:

Easy Cream of Tomato Soup:

1 Part Ragu 'Old World' Pasta Sauce

2 Parts Milk

I usually add a tablespoon of butter for a richer taste; and when I have it on hand I stir in a tablespoon of cream; but even without, its great. Reminds you of Campbells Tomato Soup and so good with a grilled cheese sandwich.

Chicken Noodle Soup:

Whenever we have chicken and noodles, we always have a lot leftover because there are only two of us. After dinner, I add two or three cans of chicken broth to the chicken and noodles, and whatever veggies we had like carrots or peas or chopped up california blend, a little finely chopped onion and some celery if I have it, then give it a quick stir and put in the fridge. Makes a great quick lunch.

Watkins also have 3 gluten free Soup and Gravy Bases which I always keep on hand. They are Chicken, Beef and Cream. The Cream base makes a good Potato Soup with some celery and onion added; and also New England Clam Chowder. (With Watkins I always taste as I go because too much of the base makes it too strong)

Hope this helps...we love soup too.

Kay

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I'm also a soup lover; and that was a big thing for me to find gluten free soups too.

As mentioned, Progresso has a lot of gluten-free soups. They will clearly label, so just read the ingredients.

Wolfgang Puck also has a lot of gluten free soups. The french onion soup is my favorite.

http://www.wolfgangpucksoup.com/faq.shtml#q3

Heinz also has a tomato soup that tastes just like the Campbell's one I missed. It's not in the regular soup isle, but rather in the international isle with the products from England.

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I've used the Pacific Brands without reaction but read the labels carefully. I've found products by them that have wheat starch but claim to have no wheat protein and therefore is gluten-free.

Their organic French Onion soup is listed as gluten-free. When I clicked on the nutrition info it listed: Filtered water, organic onions, natural sauteed onion concentrate (onions, salt, butter, onion powder, yeast extract, natural flavor), white wine concentrate, organic flavor (organic onion flavoring, organic sunflower oil), organic cane sweetener, sea salt, autolyzed yeast extract, organic garlic powder, carrageenan. Contains milk and wheat.

They also have this statement with some of their products: This product is gluten free. Gluten Free (By definition this means less than 10 ppm gluten.)

I also found this in their FAQ: We also have produced products that contained wheat in the form of wheat fiber, but not wheat gluten since there is no protein present in the fiber (gravy formulas prior to 2007, and Organic French Onion Soup).

I personally like this brand because they give you a lot of information about their ingredients and are clear (at least on their website) about what they mean by gluten-free since there is not a regulatory definition in the US right now.

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The Pacific Foods creamy tomato is the best tomato soup I've ever had. They have a butternut squash that's good too. Imagine foods has a bunch of gluten-free soups as does Amy's and Health Valley. There is a lentil and a veggie soup that are really good (I think it's Amy's)

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