Noodle soup can get awfully boring on the trail. That’s why so many modern day explorers are choosing dried soup to supplement their trail supply. Harmony House Foods has some great vegan soup varieties to offer, including Hearty Texas Beefish Stew, Super Savory Split Pea Soup, and Southwest Style Mixed Bean Chili. Dried soup can be rehydrated on the trail with very little effort. Those who enjoy the freezer bag cooking method, can add water to their dried soup before their day’s trek, and by noon they have a delicious, nutritious, and energy boosting lunch ready. If you prefer the over-the-fire method, just simmer the soup for about 15 minutes and you’ll have a warm, comforting, delicious meal.
Dried Soup is Perfect for Students & Seniors
What mom doesn’t worry about their college bound student, and hope that they will get some good food in their diet? What student is going to take the time necessary to prepare a home-cooked meal? Dried soup can provide an option for both. Mom can know their child is getting their veggies, and the busy student can have the convenience of a quick meal. Dried soup takes all the work out of meal preparation. That’s why many seniors have discovered the ease of having a delicious meal without having to use their hands for so much chopping, or their legs for so much standing. Seniors can put a packet of Garden Veggie Chickenish Soup in the kettle, simmer it for 15 minutes, and enjoy the tastes of the past with a fraction of the effort. Make sure to try all the varieties available, including Mama Mia Italian Vegetable Soup, Greek Lentil Soup with Barley, and Unbelievable Black Bean Chili.