Dr. McDougall's, Black Bean & Lime Soup, 3.4 oz (95 g)
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- Sourced No BPA
Dr. McDougall's Right Foods Black Bean & Lime is a delicious soup that happens to be wonderfully good for you. Each serving provides 48% of daily fiber needs and is a good source of plant based protein for your Natural Delicious Wellness.
Nourishing your well-being while helping to sustain the earth is our recipe for happiness. That's why we source non-genetically modified ingredients and make our cups with paper sourced from certified, responsibly managed forests.
Microwave Cooking Instructions
- Remove the lid and flavor packet.
- Pour flavor packet contents into cup.
- Add Room Temperature water to fill line inside cup (about 3/4" below rim of cup). Stir well.
- Microwave on high about 2 minutes.
- Remove from microwave, stir and recover with lid.
- Let stand covered for 6 minutes or until beans are tender. Stir again and enjoy.
Caution Microwave oven power may vary. If yours heats faster than most, adjust by starting with cooler water or by reducing cooking time or power level. Stop microwave if product is overcooking.
Boiling Water Instructions:
Follow instructions above except add boiling water to fill line and do not microwave. Let stand covered for 6 minutes or until beans are tender. Stir again and enjoy.
Black beans, vegetables* (red bell pepper, tomato, onion, garlic), organic evaporated cane juice, lime, potato starch, yeast extract, vegan natural flavors, sea salt, spices, cilantro, chili.
Made in a facility that uses peanuts and other food allergens.
Caution: Cup and food may be hot. Please handle with care.
|Serving Size: 47 g|
|Servings Per Container: 2|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||5|
|Total Fat||1 g||1%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||31 g||10%|
|Dietary Fibers||12 g||48%|
|*Percent Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
I totally recommend this one. It doesn't look very tasty when it is prepared, but that doesn't matter when you taste it. It is absolutely lovely!
Dr. McDougall's products are outstanding. For me they are a healthy, dorm-room staple; all I need is a teapot for boiling water and I have a nutritious, delicious meal at hand! I absolutely love getting creative with this product. Sometimes I use a bit less water and create a stew to pour over baby spinach leaves, sometimes I top it with salsa: mango salsa was a favourite!
Not appealing to my taste
Posted by 5476457737408937962 on Jul 22, 2016
I bought it due to its formulae which is based on the healthy Dr McDougall. I won't deny its health benefits of the ingredients, but the taste is just not appealing to me, I used the boiling water method(add hot water and let it soak), but the black beans seem to unable to cook tender despite immersing it for quite some time & has to stir hard to get a consistency.. It might be the temperature problem, but either way, my taste bud doesn't really like this. I might still tried out the other products under the same company though.
Pretty Good for Packaged Soup
Posted by YoungerNextYear on Mar 02, 2016
Dr. McDougalls really has alot of mixed reviews. I really like this brand. You have to be realistic about packaged soups/noodles -- they are not going to replace the real thing. I find adding some fresh veggies really help. These are also good for school lunches. If you find this review helpful, please click "YES"
Posted by 4876931133837066182 on Jan 27, 2016
I was pleasantly surprised by this. Never had a dehydrated bean soup before- I was expecting it to be watery and bland, but it actually had a good thick consistency. Whole black beans, good bean flavor, not a super "lime" flavor, but still nice seasoning overall. solid.
Posted by jwillock on Mar 10, 2015
Quite filling and very tasty just as it is. I do sometimes add some Tabasco in it to kick it up a notch. Good for when you are in a rush.