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Trader Joe's Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains

Trader Joe's Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains


The team at What's Good at Trader Joe's? reviews Trader Joe's Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains

What's Good at Trader Joe's?

Trader Joe's Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains

Nathan Rodgers, his wife Sonia, and their friend Russ Shelly and his wife Sandy set out almost two years ago to review the cult grocer's some 4,500 products for their site What's Good at Trader Joe's?, and so far they've covered more than 300 products. While the reviewers are fans of Trader Joe's, they take reviewing seriously — their first review was even negative. Here's their process:

• They rate products on a scale of one to 10, 10 being the best.

• For any post, two people rate the product.

• Reviewers give their overall impression and up to five points each.

For Russ, Sonia, Shelly, and Sandy, Trader Joe's Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains fell into the category of Top 5 Vegetarian Products. Here's their take on the product:

Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains (8/10 points)

"This stuff seems straight from another time from another part of the world. It’s thick and chunky and extremely filling. This ain’t no canned soup. We make a beeline for it when shopping." Read more about this product on What's Good At Trader Joe's?

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Arthur Bovino is The Daily Meal's executive editor. Follow Arthur on Twitter.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


Five Best Soups at Trader Joe's, According to a Dietitian

When time doesn't allow for cooking a healthy and comforting soup from scratch, one of America's favorite grocers has you covered. Here are five of our favorite healthy soups at Trader Joe's.

Soup is one of the great comforts of cold fall and winter months, but with busy schedules, making your own soup can sometimes sound daunting (EatingWell has you covered with healthy 30-minute soup recipes, but even that sometimes is too much time).

Luckily, one of America&aposs favorite healthy grocery chains has low-cost options that you can keep in your pantry or fridge for when your soup craving hits. There are a few things to consider when you&aposre evaluating store-bought soup&aposs nutrition information. For example, do you plan for the soup to be a small part of your meal or the main event? If it&aposs just an appetizer, snack or small part of your meal, you may want to be more mindful of sodium content (as well as some vitamins and minerals), but may not be as concerned with fiber and protein. When soup is your main meal, protein and fiber content should shine more, since they&aposre important nutrients for promoting fullness and satisfaction. Eating a potassium-rich potassium soup can help balance out the sodium that is often high in store-bought soups (learn more about high-potassium foods here).Women, in particular, should also be mindful of iron intake in their meals.

I looked at the nutrition labels on lots of Trader Joe&aposs soups, and narrowed down to a bunch of soups to taste test with my family. The results led me to five non-seasonal soups that you can reach for year round when you&aposre in need of a quick option that satisfies your cravings and many nutrient needs. My top five soups happen to be vegetarian, but meat eaters were included in the taste-testing process, so you can rest assured these options can satisfy omnivores too.


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