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What is your favorite brand (and flavor) of canned soup?

Asked by Kardamom (31531points) October 19th, 2017 from iPhone

I know some or most of you would prefer to eat homemade soup, or soup from a restaurant, but I always like to have some canned soup on hand, so I was wondering if you guys have any favorites.

The other day I had a wonderful canned tomato bisque soup by Wolfgang Puck that I was lucky to find at the 99 Cent Only Store. I think Ibstubro would have approved. We often talked about our bargain dollar store finds by PM.

What canned soups do you like?

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Call_Me_Jay's avatar

I really like canned soup. I make soup from scratch, but I like canned soup, too. It has to be low(er) sodium, so my choices are limited.

I buy lots of Progresso when it’s $1.50 or less per can:
Southwest Black Bean
Chicken with Wild Rice
Tomato Basil

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Chicken with rice.

cookieman's avatar

Sorry, “canned” and “soup” don’t play in my house. My wife would murder me if I ever brought a Progresso or a Campbell’s home for dinner.

johnpowell's avatar

I only have one thing set to be delivered every month from amazon. And it is soup, but canned soup is a bit too classy for me. Allie calls it space soup since it is dry in a pouch and it is fantastic. I normally have a pouch of this for breakfast with toast.

It is a bit frustrating since I can’t find a place to buy the extra noodle one in stores here so my only option is Amazon.

Pinguidchance's avatar

I always use a can of 15 Minutes of Fame tomato soup when making spaghetti bolognese.

But nothing beats the sapid succulence of a can of surströmming for fragrance and taste.

During production of surströmming, just enough salt is used to prevent the raw herring from rotting. A fermentation process of at least six months gives the fish a characteristic strong smell and somewhat acidic taste. According to a Japanese study, a newly opened can of surströmming has one of the most putrid food smells in the world, stronger than similarly fermented fish dishes such as the Korean hongeohoe or Japanese kusaya.

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NomoreY_A's avatar

Campbells Tomato Soup

ucme's avatar

Grandpapa is incontinent so chef prepares him a steaming bowl of cock-a-leaky…bless him.

Zaku's avatar

I don’t have any that I really love, but I am pretty happy with Trader Joe’s NE Clam Chowder and Chicken Noodle soups.

Aster's avatar

Progresso’s Italian Wedding Soup is pretty good. But I ate Campbell’s Noodle and Chicken Rice soup my entire childhood, decided to buy a can last month and it tasted like a bowl of chemicals . Nothing like when I was a kid.

Berserker's avatar

Wolfgang Puck? lol name aounds funny

Habitant pea soup for me. I also like their pea soup with ham in it.

Lightlyseared's avatar

New Covent Garden lentil and bacon. (Although it’s not in a can. It’s a carton)

snowberry's avatar

Favorite brand- Amy’s

Favorite flavor- Coconut Thai

MollyMcGuire's avatar

I don’t buy soup any more but I used to love Campbell’s Chicken Gumbo soup. Also, the tomato was a fave.

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