Came across this as a wonderful meal when you need to take a very last minute trip out and don't have time to put together meals yourself. Each container cost me $1.69.
I was in a health food store in Manhattan the other day and came across Health Valley's Lentil w/ Couscous Soup. Comes packaged in a paper cup with peel off paper lid. You add water to within half inch of the top of the container and let it sit for five to seven minutes. Container is bigger than the standard soup in a cup I've seen in supermarkets; yields 12-14 ounces of soup. Net weight is 2.65 ounces.
Ingredients listed: couscous (100% semolina), lentils, dehydrated vegetables (tomatoes, onions, garlic, carrots, spinach), sea salt, curry powder, vinegar powder, chili peppers, parsley, ginger, white pepper, jalapeño pepper, cayenne pepper.
Nutritional Facts: serving size is 1/3; 2 servings per container.
Total Fat (saturated and Trans) 0g
Total Carbs 28g
I added just a little extra curry and cayenne powder. I would have liked to have added some powdered coconut milk but I haven't ordered that yet. I then repackaged in a Ziploc. I guesstimated about one and half cups of water. Added hot water and placed pouch in my AGG cozy for 6 minutes. After that added one four ounce tin of my favorite Spanish tuna in olive oil and mixed really well with my usual plastic spoon.
Not too soupy. Thick but not a sticky mess. Just perfect IMHO. Less watery than Enertia meals (e.g., Max Pac and Cheese) with their recommended amount of water. Tasted delicious! And I just had this as a regular lunch in my kitchen, i.e., I wasn't starving after a long day on the trail and looking forward to eating just anything. Would probably taste better with some of that coconut powder.
Gonna try some of their other offerings.
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