Rustic Vegetable with Buckwheat
with Basil & Hemp
Thai Chilli Kale
Peas & Quinoa
Lentil & Spinach
with Kelp Noodles
with Kelp Noodles
A 'super-low-calorie’ broth, but with no compromise to flavour
thanks to lime, coriander and water chestnut. Kelp noodles add
texture AND a wealth of health benefits (30 minerals, Iodine, Vitamins B, C and E). Now that's a super noodle!
All our Soulful Soups are reassuringly handmade,
in small batches, in our own kitchen.
A great natural source of: Vitamins B & C, Iodine, Iron, Calcium
• 600g (Serves 2)
• 87 cals per 300g serving
• Dairy Free
• Gluten Free
• Low Fat
• 1 of your 5 a day
The Japanese introduced kelp into their diet over 1500 years ago but it was so sought after it was reserved for noblemen only! Well now you can enjoy this superfood too.
Despite kelp being a sea plant, the noodles have no taste of their own, instead absorbing the delicious flavours of our delectable broth. Mmmmm!
And it's healthy stuff too. Packed with 30 minerals, kelp is especially rich in vitamins B (for energy), C and E (antioxidants for healthy blood). This superfood is also a great source of iodine which removes toxins from the body and prevents storage of excess fats. It is also virtually fat free and only 5 calories per portion.
Now that's what we call a super noodle!
Coconut has so many uses, namely for its oil, milk and water. The benefits range from tackling obesity, improving heart health and better digestion. It also gives a great energy boost! And great for those detox moments too, as coconut reduces cravings for all things sweet! (Apart from kitten videos. Nothing can stop those cravings.)
A great superfood that is fast becoming a favourite of ours... so can we get a coconut tree for the office please?
The coconut originated in the Tropics and was originally named by 16th Century Portuguese sailors as 'coco' (meaning 'head' or 'skull') as they found that the three dark holes resembled a face. The Portuguese call pumpkin lanterns 'coco' too.
MICROWAVE (850W Cat.E): Remove sleeve and lid and rest loosely on top. Heat for 5 minutes on full power, stirring halfway through. Allow to stand for 1 minute.
HOB: Empty contents into a saucepan. Warm on a medium heat, stirring occasionally, until piping hot.
GUIDELINES ONLY. ALWAYS CHECK CONTENTS ARE PIPING HOT BEFORE SERVING.
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Per ½ Pot
Water, Coconut Milk, Red Pepper, Kelp Noodles [Water, Kelp, Sodium Alinate], Spring Onions, Water Chestnuts, Beansprouts, Rice Flour, Lime Juice, Vegetable Stock [Sea Salt, Yeast Extract, Rice Flour, Onion, Celery, Carrot, Parsley, Turmeric], Salt, Green Chilli Puree, Tamari [Whole Soy Beans, Water, Sea Salt, Alcohol, Koji Seed], Agave, Garlic Puree.
Allergens (in underlined bold above): Celery, Soya
Made in a kitchen that also handles: Sulphites, Milk, Fish, Mustard, Crustaceans, Molluscs, Sesame, Peanuts & Other Nuts, Eggs