13 Bean Soup

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For dinner tonight I made some soup. It’s a little rainy and chilly in Philly this evening, so I figured it was the perfect weather for some hearty soup!

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Have you ever had this soup?

This is the first time I have had one of the soups from Bob’s Red Mill. I saw it in the aisle in the store and it looked nutritious, delicious and easy to make! Win!

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Beans are high in fiber, rich in protein, low in fat and contain no cholesterol. Beans are good!

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This particular bean soup contained – Navy, Black, Red, Pinto, Baby Limas, Large Limas, Garbanzo, Great Northern, Kidney Beans, Black-Eyed, Yellow Split, Green Split Peas and Lentils! Oh My!

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Can you spot 13 beans in this picture?

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The soup mix was pretty self explanatory. First, I rinsed the beans.

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After a little rinse, I let the beans soak in my Cali Bowl for a few hours to soften up.

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After their soak, I drained them, covered them with water and simmered them until they were tender and mushy.

And then there was soup!

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I added a little crunch to my soup by throwing in a few of Mary’s Gone Crackers.

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I enjoyed the soup, I just wish there was a little more color to this dish, the beans were so much prettier before they were cooked!

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It was a delightful meal on a rainy evening.

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What’s your favorite type of bean?

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  • Reply C.G. the Foodie August 23, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    I am an equal opportunity bean lover.

    I have this soup in my pantry and have yet to try it. Such a shame you don't see the individual beans in the end.

  • Reply ~Mrs. Guru~ August 23, 2010 at 10:51 pm

    I love black beans!Black bean soup is so good!

  • Reply Tina August 24, 2010 at 9:59 am

    I saw that soup at the store the other day and highly considered buying some. Now I'm considering it even more.

  • Reply kilax August 24, 2010 at 10:06 am

    That looks so tasty! I absolutely LOVE beans! Grabanzos are my fave 🙂

  • Reply Nichole August 24, 2010 at 11:47 am

    I had no idea those little beans could look like that?! I love it. I am on a huge Trader Joe's Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup kick right now.

  • Reply ladypurpl August 24, 2010 at 7:04 pm

    Did fiance love the soup? Your right, what happened to all the colors, I guess those dark beans took over the color. It looked delish though! Loved the crackers, I'm all about crunchy crackers too.

  • Reply health products September 2, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    Wow, 13 beans in one pack, that's an awesome deal full of protein! I better start liking beans now.

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