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“Look for whole foods like chicken, rice, vegetables, beans and whole grains,” says Kylene Bogden, RD. The shorter the ingredient list the better, especially because added sugar can be hidden under a variety of nicknames. Keep an eye out for things like high-fructose corn syrup or partially hydrogenated oils. “Look for whole foods like chicken, rice, vegetables, beans and whole grains,” says Kylene Bogden, RD.

The shorter the ingredient list the better, especially because added sugar can be hidden under a variety of nicknames. Look for cans that only list “recognizable ingredients,” says Kylene Bogden, RD. “Water, salt and the name of the bean itself is the goal.” Most basic canned beans follow these guidelines, but flavored beans (like baked beans or refried beans) often have added sugar or saturated fat. 2. In addition to a simple ingredient list, look for soups that are high in fiberand protein, made with organicingredients (particularly for meat-based soups) and lower in sodium,if you can find them. Here are a few of the flavors I’ve kept on hand this winter.

Pacific Vegetable Lentil + Roasted Red Pepper – Reduced Sodium. Registered dietitian Bri Bell recommends keeping canned beans and lentils in your pantry. These legumes are healthy sources of protein, fiber, and carbohydrates, and can be easily added to everything from soups and chilis to salads and grain bowls. Steer away from added salt whenever possible. Goya Black Beans, Pack of 6, $19.99 on Amazon.

Regular canned soup on a day-in, day-out basis is not a wise choice for anybody, even very healthy folks. If you want convenience of canned soup, use nutrient-modified soups. Look for “reduced sodium” on the label. Some even meet the “low sodium” label definition. Canned Soup Hacks – How to Transform Canned Soup into a Meal.

I have found a way to make mine even better by “beefing up” my canned soup with lots of delicious add-ins to make them more nutritious, more satiating, more gourmet and ultimately, more like a full meal. The first canned soup hack is with tomato soup. If you’re craving a hot bowl of soup but pinched for meal-prep time, canned soup is here to save the day. While nothing truly compares to a bowl of homemade chicken noodle soup, canned soups can provide the same comfort and delicious taste in a fraction of the time..

PSA: Canned soups can often be loaded with sneaky amounts of sodium, cholesterol, or fat, so it’s important to be vigilant. If sodium intake is a concern for you or your family, you can look for “no salt added” or “low sodium” canned foods. You also can drain and rinse canned beans and vegetables to reduce sodium content. Research shows rinsing and draining canned beans reduces sodium content per serving by 41%.

Draining alone results in a 36% sodium decrease. Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)* Certification. Who is an RD? RDs are food and nutrition experts who have met the Commission on Dietetic Registration’s (CDR) criteria to earn the RD credential.

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Canned soups are generally composed of some combination of vegetables, meats (and meat-like flavorings that bring meat character plus flavor enhancers), starch (or modified starch), fat, seasonings (salt, herbs, spices, and derivatives thereof), and noodles or rice (of some type).

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But most of the time, the best, healthiest, most filling soups are those made from broth and vegetables, pureed or chunky, including vegetable soups, noodle soups, and bean or pea soups.

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By adding flavor enhancers, food manufacturers can use smaller amounts of expensive meat extracts in powdered soup mixes, ham and chicken salad spreads, sauces, and canned vegetables, which may contain IMP and disodium guanylate at levels ranging from 0.003 percent to 0.05 percent.

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If your physician or dietitian has given you any instructions at all about watching your salt, you’ve probably been told about the high sodium content of canned soup.

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NUTRITION/DIET • Tips to minimize anorexia (see p. 1377): ° Reduced sodium diet palatable to individual patient may require diet changes (e.g., dry to canned, or different brand or flavor).

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Other Essentials Although you can begin a soup using water, real depth of flavour calls for stock.

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The nutrients are a complex admixture containing proteins, carbohydrates, fats, electrolytes, vitamins, trace minerals, and sterile water in a single container.

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Dishes for the Modified Diet Soups: Consommé, low-fat broth, vegetable, potato, and cream soups.

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salads for variety and nutrition Canned soups, including broth and creamed soups.

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  • the video i didn’t know i needed so thank you lol n i knowwww that chunky vegetable soup was pretty bad i was so disappointed when i first tried it ��

  • 1st time haha I’m 72.just used can chicken soup rice n chicken casserole. Added garlic (must do love t stuff).peppers mushrooms. Cant wait for tea time xxlove tom soup too

  • LOVE these kind of hacks! You should do one on ramen. I love adding Everything But The Bagel seasoning and frozen stir fry veggies to mine! SO good

  • @ 11:22 i skip ahead because she tends to ramble with redundant comments. she’s also standing in 1 place for most of the video so if she intertwined the footage at the end of her actually making and improving the soups while giving tips, it would help make it more interesting and have viewers skip ahead less. On the other hand, it could just be that she needed to reach a certain time length for the video to earn more.

  • Thanks for the tips Caitlin. FYI, sometimes I watch your videos on multiple YouTube channels, one on my tv, and then use my phone when I’m actually watching the recipe on my own YouTube account. When I’m cooking the recipes, I tend to skip ahead to the parts of the recipes I am at. Just wanted to let you know, as many people may be doing this!:)

  • Just the video I needed for my surplus of Amy’s soup hanging around in my pantry…

    Missed this style of video! I feel like I haven’t seen this set-up in awhile, it’s giving me some throwback Caitlin Shoemaker vibes

  • and arn’t they big planned parenthood supporters??!! huh. Yea, mmmgooood. have you ever tasted one of their meatballs from the spagetti. that was the nastiest crap I ever put in my mouth. I about threw up the second it touched my tongue. what is that crap.

  • Love your video!! Have been watching you for years and I love how much you have let us in your life 😉 hopefully that’s doesn’t come off as creepy lol

  • On your recent live stream, trolls are at higher rates because so many schools are out. Don’t take it personally. I’m happy to be able to look to you for breaking down how things work in our bodies. Thank you!

  • the video i didn’t know i needed so thank you lol n i knowwww that chunky vegetable soup was pretty bad i was so disappointed when i first tried it ��

  • Becca, Spicy beef ramen has well over 1,000 kg i have two maybe 3 a day then drink water thinks to self actually its a rare thing lol

  • I’m the loser who buys the jars of pre-chopped garlic because I can’t tell the difference and it’s my least favorite thing to cut because my hands smell for DAYS afterward. Love these ideas! I’m definitely going to try adding lemon juice and spinach at the end of heating.

  • You need to really have something wrong with you for soy to affect your negatively. The science for consuming soy is far different from the urban legends we hear (man-boobs, for instance). There is no evidence that a normal, healthy man who eats soy, unless by the truck-load, will have a reduction of testosterone. This is a staple food in many Asian countries with perfectly healthy men, with no man-boobs. If you have man-boobs, you likely have a condition that is causing it, are overweight, or some other cause other than soy.

  • Au contraire Caitlyn, I’ll have you know my bf is verrrrrryyyy garlic mincing disabled. What would be cute itty bitty garlic sliceys ends up being tubby ass chunks of garlic. Sadly Kirkland minced California garlys will have to do. On the subject of soup, he ain’t vegan but he lovessss that brand of soup because of the “low sodium content”. Branding him an old man who can’t chop. But I still love him.:)

  • Amy’s should definitely sponsor you ;P You made as all want to buy and eat them!

    Anyways, lots of love!
    Stay safe and keep creating such inspiring content!

  • Trouble is, real soup is sooooooo easy to make that, it doesn’t make sense to get tne canned stuff.
    Homemade=Taste, healthy, satisfaction, inexpensive, peace of mind…

  • Really great and informative video! I haven’t tried Amy’s soups yet but love their frozen meals. Will definitely have to try it out and use your tricks. Thanks!

  • When I eat rice soups & chicken noodle soups I drain out all of the liquid that comes in the can and replace it with water and use natural seasonings

  • I made something once at my mothers house. She had canned tomato soup. So I cooked some chickpeas with nooch and added that to the soup and it was amazing.

  • Fuck that just work it off dude. If it’s insane amount of sodium then just sweat it off. For those idiots trying diets it doesn’t work it could make you fatter. What you do is cut out sugar and eat as much as you want. And work it out I have workout schedule of 3 hours of light cardio (3hours of basketball) and 30 minutes of hard cardio (Jogging 30min without stopping) Don’t change the things you eat and how much you eat just cut out sugar and work out for long amounts of time. In 6th grade I was 166 pounds now I’m 155 pounds of pure muscle in 9th grade. Im 5 foot 9 and an absolute dedicated beast. The doctors said I’m overweight in mucle ��I love it��

  • Hi Thomas thanks for the vids. What do you think of the various keto meal delivery services? Maybe in the midst of COVID-19 this would be a good video topic. I have started with Ketolibriyum (ketolibriyum.ca) in Canada, but have also considered Livefitfood (livefitfood.ca). I wondered what you thought of the quality of these keto meal delivery programs? Thanks!

  • It’s crazy I was just telling my mom how I always buy these soups for lazy days but they’re always too bland and need something extra to it. This was perfect!

  • Except for simply adding the dried spices or acid, all of the other hacks are as time consuming as just making your own soup ����. I am a huge fan though, don’t misunderstand

  • From what I have read there’s too much salt in the soup. I have not purchased Campbell’s soup in over 20 years. It’s not healthy anymore. Plus they add MSG which is really bad for your health.

  • I love cream of mushroom on its own (meaning as a soup, made with milk) and I also like to bake with it. Just add a can to a casserole dish with 3-4 chicken breasts or 3-4 pork chops and bake until the meat is done. That’s it! Makes a wonderful mushroom gravy that is wonderful drizzled over mashed potatoes.

  • i’m only at the pre-tip and this video has already changed my life �� but i think that annie’s purple black bean soup is inedible �� my favorite is the black bean chili but it’s sooo hard to find

  • LOVE seeing you flex with some food knowledge!! Maybe one of my favorite videos and I dont even eat canned soup, but I learned so much!

  • It’s crazy I was just telling my mom how I always buy these soups for lazy days but they’re always too bland and need something extra to it. This was perfect!

  • One tip you left out that could go in the carb/starch category is adding a little texture/topping with crumbled crackers, nuts or toasted bread/pita!

  • One tip that’s not necessarily about adding flavor is just adding extra fresh or frozen veggies to the soup so everything isn’t so mushy and uniformly textured!

  • THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE KETTLE & FIRE CODE!!! ���� we know stress weakens the immune system and that really took some weight off our shoulders

  • My husband stocked up on the good o’l Campbells. I really would of loved some of Amay’s organic shump. Lol. Good to have a little chuckle.:)

  • I only used to buy canned soups so I could use them in casseroles. I used to put a can of tomato soup in a casserole dish with some sort of protein and then peppers and onions and put it in the oven and then I’d have it with rice ����
    It works well with most soups.

  • They should use water that’s filtered like vitamin water and all bottle water that uses reverse osmosis.
    Most places use reclaimed/recycled water

  • I ready like your videos, but the way things are going right now and some store out of everything because some hoarders decided to take everything. I think if you can find a can soup that is not that healthy but will feed you or your children for the day “Get it!” I’m not going to be reading label at this time.. if things get better and there is more choices at the store then I’ll change and look at labels..

  • Slightly off topic Never made soup before until last week. This is easy and awesome. I just bought frozen broccoli and put them in the refrigerator overnight. Didn’t even chop them up. https://www.thedietchefs.com/keto-broccoli-cheese-soup/
    I then thought, hey let’s try this…I made it again but this time no cheese and I minced the broccoli up and I liked that as well!

  • Just so you know campells is that number 1 chicken soup that has LOADS OF SALT you need progress soup peeps just be mindful of the flavors cause that is the BIGGEST PROBLEM you dont always need chicken soup try a different type (I myself eat the white chowder and I dont really care which one works out better I take both progresso soup and cambell I just 2 of each and its a massive cure cause it da spot for me)

  • Very appropriate video for this crazy time in the world. I just started a keto diet and feel discouraged by the limited options in grocery stores. Thank you for the information.

  • Hahaha the beginning. Thankful for you! Yeast extract??? Is that the same as the nutritional yeast that vegans use for mock cheese flavor? I am not vegan, just curious.

  • I don’t understand why soy is seen as an enemy. Processed soy, I understand, but there is zero proof that soy lowers testosterone and increases estrogen

  • By the way, unless made for those avoiding wheat, ALL noodle soups has flour or wheatin the noodles. Every brand, no matter how organic or healthy.

  • It’s clear you haven’t done much cooking or you would not have made the comment about broth vs stock. What you said is nonsense. Broth is essentially watered down stock. Please do an easy Google search to fact check in the future. These nutritional errors are getting to be common in your videos. I know better so it doesn’t affect me but others take your comments as fact. You can & should do better.
    From Google: “What is the Difference Between Stock vs Broth? Essentially stock is made from simmering the bones from your meat for a long period of time to extract the flavors. Broth is made from using the meatier parts of your bird to flavor it. You can make a broth out of poultry, fish, beef, and even vegetables”

  • Grate videos lately, even though there is no pandemic, bit were panicking like one cause msm says so, so let’s buy good foods cause we will be here to eat it. Shalom

  • Hello Thomas. Maltodextrin spikes insulin. How ever you take whey protein that spikes insulin more then sugar. Or am I wrong? Could you please clarify because it gets confusing. Thank you.

  • This is just such an amazingly informative video for anybody looking for canned food or just trying to avoid the basic bad things that are in grocery store foods, so much of it is in things like Sidekick Noodles and other garbage. looking forward to the grocery haul videos were you can really get into examples of these things once your able to do them again. keep up the great work, love information like this!

  • Canned soup! Thought it disappeared in the 1960s!!! Does that still exist and why? I love soup but I make my own. I recommend that if you are short of time, make a lot and freeze the rest in portions.

  • Self Sable Stoup… lol
    Interesting timing on this video, currently cooling a pot of beef bone broth that I put on last night.
    Great minds!

  • A lot of the questions you guys are asking he already covered in previous videos. Take some time and scroll through his videos to find your answers.

  • Hi Thomas thanks for the vids. What do you think of the various keto meal delivery services? Maybe in the midst of COVID-19 this would be a good video topic. I have started with Ketolibriyum (ketolibriyum.ca) in Canada, but have also considered Livefitfood (livefitfood.ca). I wondered what you thought of the quality of these keto meal delivery programs? Thanks!

  • Great information for those who can afford Kettle & Fire. I can’t, but if I could I’d go for that one! I think I’ll have to stick with just making my own.

  • Hey! Your vids are great. I’m a third year dietetics student here in the UK. I think I read in your bio that you are a student dietitian too(I think we spell it differently to you)? Hope your enjoying your course. I’m in my third year now and loving it! Xxx

  • Amy’s should definitely sponsor you ;P You made as all want to buy and eat them!

    Anyways, lots of love!
    Stay safe and keep creating such inspiring content!

  • I HATE canned soup! It taste like crap! I LOVE homemade tho! I mean minestrone is sooo easy! Just dice up a few veggies put some veggie stock in it with a few noodles and your good to go. However being homemade I control the salt and I tend to make mine thicker because of all the veggies.

  • Please stop with the ads every 5 minutes! I’m gonna have to unsubscribe if you keep it up! Totally annoying! One 5 second ad at the beginning is okay, but two or three more each video?? Come on, man! That’s disappointing!

  • The idea that MSGs are harmful has been scientifically debunked. This concept is completely racist in its origins. MSG (and umami flavor as a whole) is a large part of Asian cuisine. A group of Americans wanted to reduce the spread of Asian culture and food and planted the seed that MSGs were harmful. “Chinese food syndrome” has been shown to be completely psychosomatic but yet it continues to spread as scientific fact because of videos like this one. Yes, glutamate can cross the blood brain barrier but so can ketones, sodium, tryptophan, and leucine (to name a few). It is literally the most abundant neurotransmitter in our bodies and has been shown to not not have an effect on levels within the brain when ingested exogenously. Rather than continuing to spread bad science, maybe influencers can join together and stop the spread of xenophobic ideas like this one. ��

  • Grate videos lately, even though there is no pandemic, bit were panicking like one cause msm says so, so let’s buy good foods cause we will be here to eat it. Shalom

  • Dont you have that backwards?…stock is made from bones….broth is made from meat…ie all those mechanically deboned old laying hens…bone broth is a misnomer…bone broth is Stock…from s culinary perspective

  • i dont need to stuck up on canned stuff
    i have my body fat that i can eat, best ketogenic diet
    thanks to real fasting and deep keto, i can effortless fast for weeks without loosing much muscle at all and maintain energy lvl

  • Carolyn fighters got to be f******crazy three-day food kit for $116 that’s insane who can afford that don’t try to help anybody out just take advantage of the coronavirus and stick at the people good business strategy

  • Great video and ideas for improving the flavour of canned soups. I did use canned soups a lot in my pre vegan days but since becoming vegan I would rather just make homemade soup.

  • I don’t really care. My doctor says that canned soup is good for me because I have low sodium levels and am deficient in vitamins and minerals that i can find in canned soup. Plus it’s quick and easy to make since I’m quite busy lately. Also, you can always just get the low sodium stuff. One serving of Campbell’s low sodium chicken noodle soup contains 120g of sodium, which is 5% of your daily recommended amount.

  • Great video Caitlin, I’ve been a home cook for over 30 years & I learned a couple of things I didn’t know ��. I’m NOT a “spicy” fan so I Always avoid adding the cayenne pepper called for in recipes…I’ll starting a touch now to just boost the flavors��

  • Thank you for the video! Super helpful especially when now all I am getting is canned or box soups just because it is so homey.
    Where did you get your water filter in the back? I had one when I was renting this house a couple years ago but it was the owners and I have always wanted to get it!

  • When I eat rice soups & chicken noodle soups I drain out all of the liquid that comes in the can and replace it with water and use natural seasonings

  • The doctor at Mayo Clinic tells his patients to eat 500 calories everyday to loose weight for surgery and he suggest progreso soup, The doctor from my 600 pound life. Yeah if you have heart or cholesterol problems watch salt in take. Homemade is better I use a blender to make my homemade soups creamy without the fat. I just add shredded chicken or shrimp at the plate. Enjoy.

  • Fuck that just work it off dude. If it’s insane amount of sodium then just sweat it off. For those idiots trying diets it doesn’t work it could make you fatter. What you do is cut out sugar and eat as much as you want. And work it out I have workout schedule of 3 hours of light cardio (3hours of basketball) and 30 minutes of hard cardio (Jogging 30min without stopping) Don’t change the things you eat and how much you eat just cut out sugar and work out for long amounts of time. In 6th grade I was 166 pounds now I’m 155 pounds of pure muscle in 9th grade. Im 5 foot 9 and an absolute dedicated beast. The doctors said I’m overweight in mucle ��I love it��

  • The canners put a spin on theIr soup and undiscerning consumers lap it up. Canners give scant regard to health. Their sole criterion Is their bottom line

  • Really great and informative video! I haven’t tried Amy’s soups yet but love their frozen meals. Will definitely have to try it out and use your tricks. Thanks!

  • It will boil down to beans, Vegetable stock and water! When it crashes and reboots in America! This farmer is ready from parents teaching!✝️���� Stay safe

  • i really like u your video.. especially when u talk about how the nutrition benefit our body in very detail way. i felt this is very educative and useful. pls do more video and add in more information.

  • I’ve heard that as long as you drink a ton of water, it’s okay to have a lot of sodium in your diet. Is this even remotely true? It can be hard to sift through the advice out there on the internet, and I’m really curious about this one!

  • Could you do the skinny on healthy and unhealthy dairy? I always see that it isn’t good for you, but I just can’t not eat it, haha. So I’d love to have your advice!
    Great videos by the way, I’m binging right now on them

  • the video i didn’t know i needed so thank you lol n i knowwww that chunky vegetable soup was pretty bad i was so disappointed when i first tried it ��

  • Hey! Your vids are great. I’m a third year dietetics student here in the UK. I think I read in your bio that you are a student dietitian too(I think we spell it differently to you)? Hope your enjoying your course. I’m in my third year now and loving it! Xxx

  • Like many of you… its easy and better, fresher tasting to make it yourself… all their soups are way to salty and mushy…
    all you gotta do is: saute some chopped onion, celery, bit of carrots, or leeks, garlic.. for a few minutes in olive oil, add broth, knorrs chicken bouillon.. if you dont have broth or you prefer..
    Then add whatever vegetables you like.. simmer until tender…pour over a piece of french sourdough in a bowl.. enjoy!!

  • Slightly off topic Never made soup before until last week. This is easy and awesome. I just bought frozen broccoli and put them in the refrigerator overnight. Didn’t even chop them up. https://www.thedietchefs.com/keto-broccoli-cheese-soup/
    I then thought, hey let’s try this…I made it again but this time no cheese and I minced the broccoli up and I liked that as well!

  • It will boil down to beans, Vegetable stock and water! When it crashes and reboots in America! This farmer is ready from parents teaching!✝️���� Stay safe

  • From what I have read there’s too much salt in the soup. I have not purchased Campbell’s soup in over 20 years. It’s not healthy anymore. Plus they add MSG which is really bad for your health.

  • the video i didn’t know i needed so thank you lol n i knowwww that chunky vegetable soup was pretty bad i was so disappointed when i first tried it ��

  • Broth and noodles are great, however… Those little bits of chicken are horrible. What did they do? Been like that awhile now. French onion soup is the bomb������

  • Since watching this video I will never buy any Campbell’s products again. I have 5 cans in the pantry and when they are gone I will never buy it again… That was one sick commercial that I never saw before. If I had there would not be 5 cans in my pantry now. Thanks for the video and for showing me the real Campbell’s Company…

  • Now that we are in this dystopian world of coronavirus I think Campbell should try the home delivery thing again. Seriously! I’m game, I would buy some, in a heartbeat. Never get to go out anymore hardly, Campbell’s is good and I miss restaurants.

  • Good one Thomas. Sometimes we know something is probably bad but it’s always good to know why they are good or bad. Please review all the different brands of “Bone” Broth. Does anyone regulate what can be called Bone Broth? Trying to stay in budget, I look at every brand. If it has carbs I’m thinking “what’s in there?”

  • Can you please make Serbian food? It’s great and Serbian cuisine has its own vegan cuisine since 1500 years! Vegan is called “posno” in serbian just so you can find recipes more easily:)

  • SENOMYX is the company adding FETUS to your FOODS, Kelloggs, Quaker, Nestles, Campbells, ETC Via Your satanic Planned Parenthood Corner Store.
    3 limbs $4200.00 3 Hearts $7200.00 1 ounce of babies blood (Adrenochrome)
    $8000.00 to $150,000.00. More addictive than Heroin.
    TRUMP Tainted their last batch of Adrenochrome, many ran to Australia for medical
    attention.

  • Campbells has so much crap in their cans, like msg, well pretty much everything after the meat and water is bad, especially if you cannot pronounce it!!!

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  • SENOMYX is the company adding FETUS to your FOODS, Kelloggs, Quaker, Nestles, Campbells, ETC Via Your satanic Planned Parenthood Corner Store.
    3 limbs $4200.00 3 Hearts $7200.00 1 ounce of babies blood (Adrenochrome)
    $8000.00 to $150,000.00. More addictive than Heroin.
    TRUMP Tainted their last batch of Adrenochrome, many ran to Australia for medical
    attention.

  • All genetically modified foods every soup look at ingredients.2020 I called them and they said yess all products or genetically modified food ingredients

  • Erm..theyve found human cells in Campbell’s soups!! As welm as Nestle and McDonalds! No thanks I’ll give it a miss!!

    Info is out there if you look!�� ( not on google)

  • That crap will ruin your health. GMO cancer. Sodium shouldn’t be more than 200 and they think close to 1000 is fine. Heart attacks must go well with cancer.

  • Canned soup! Thought it disappeared in the 1960s!!! Does that still exist and why? I love soup but I make my own. I recommend that if you are short of time, make a lot and freeze the rest in portions.

  • Since watching this video I will never buy any Campbell’s products again. I have 5 cans in the pantry and when they are gone I will never buy it again… That was one sick commercial that I never saw before. If I had there would not be 5 cans in my pantry now. Thanks for the video and for showing me the real Campbell’s Company…

  • The flavors have changed since they moved production to Mexico. Cream of mushroom and chicken for cooking recipes are not the same anymore, texture is weird. Never use them for eating a bowl of soup, Progresso is better but I prefer homemade esp. since Instant pots have arrived…. batch in less than an hour start to finish.

  • This is an advertisement for Campbell’s Soup masquerading as a friendly “Things You Should Know” video. Even the “There’s nothing like a bowl of Campbell’s Tomato Soup and a Grilled Cheese Sandwich” comment sounds suspiciously like advertisements I’ve seen elsewhere around the internet. More propaganda from this soup company. Further, I do not understand why Campbell’s steadfastly REFUSES to address the unhealthiness of the Tomato Soup. Campbell’s Tomato Soup has a GENEROUS serving of High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) in every can which is known to disturb normal blood sugar. HFCS is a synthetic sweetener made in a lab via a chemical process. It’s not natural at all. In fact, there are two kinds of HFCS but only one is safe enough to feed to honeybees. I love tomato soup but not Campbell’s.

  • Mushroom soup is my favorite and I use it in a lot of dishes. someone mentioned Progresso Soup, IMO it is awful, all broth and very little noodles and chicken.

  • when I was a kid in the 60s we found worms and other things in the soup. wasn’t the noodle, they were worms. and I remember finding a big black feather in the bottom of van camps pork and beans, my opinion is the low sodium soup is bland and not as good.

  • I’m not sure if the soups taste different or my taste buds,but I like their souls and I have been eating them since 1962. Coming in from a cold day in Jan.and making a soup with a Grilled Cheese or PBJ beats all.

  • I always keep a bag of frozen chopped kale to throw in soups because I don’t like the texture of spinach in soup. That’s been extra helpful during quarantine and cooking out of my pantry/freezer! I think adding chopped cabbage to a soup would help bulk it up more also!

  • I asked if Progresso Soup is good or bad. I assumed you would know if Senomyx flavoring is in Progresso but you talked mostly about salt. Senomyx buys baby parts from Planned Parenthood and makes flavoring from that, then sells to our food/drink industry. stopthecrime.net has a list of companies who use this flavoring in their foods/drinks. Click on Original Homepage, Senomyx, then Senomyx Flyer. You should research often because you never know when corrupt things like this can happen.

  • The canners put a spin on theIr soup and undiscerning consumers lap it up. Canners give scant regard to health. Their sole criterion Is their bottom line

  • Can not believe so many ignorant people object to a father and father and son commercial. Sad..so many kids need loving homes..get over the ignorance people!!

  • Ate the chicken noodle growing up, but enjoy make and eating the real home made chicken soup with all the vegetables and spices I like.

  • Campbell’s chicken noodle soup used to be a great product and I loved the flavor,but that totally changed for me when the company started putting garlic,and/ or garlic salt or garlic powder in its regular chicken noodle soup ingredients. Personally I think garlic smells like vomit and tastes even worse,along with the fact that im seriously allergic to garlic. Anyway, think about it: even though they started putting small amounts of garlic in their chicken noodle soup.even any trace amount of garlic alters the flavor of chicken,so why change the flavor (?), for are they using inferior ingredients these days and are dumping garlic into it to cover up that fact (?) Furthermore, I hope they don’t start dumping garlic into their cream of chicken soup because im still able to eat that. But if they ever do I’ll just stop buying anything the Campbell’s corporation makes.

  • Campbell’s is still my “go to” for a fast, hearty meal. My favorite, their Chunky Grilled Chicken and Sausage Gumbo soup. I do add Cajun seasoned shrimp to the soup,,, it’s unbelievable…

  • I made something once at my mothers house. She had canned tomato soup. So I cooked some chickpeas with nooch and added that to the soup and it was amazing.

  • Yeah had they only known that Camden New Jersey would become the armpit of the United States. They need to eliminate MS-13 and get on their game

  • Don’t know what kind of say you have in it, but this is what’s being attached to your videos for an ad. Just thought you might want to know.
    https://www.biotrust.com/pages/keto-results-fb-vl-dr-t1
    “Keto results without the keto diet.”

  • Love all these! I’m definitely trying the first two, that chilli looks amazing and never would have thought to start with tomato soup!

  • Those are such great ideas! I buy soups when someone in the house is feeling under the weather, but always get too much so I’m stuck with cans no one wants to eat. Now I know what to do with them. Thanks!

  • One thing I do know about Campbell’s Soups is that in the past two years they have almost doubled in price, or am I shopping at the wrong stores?

  • I asked if Progresso Soup is good or bad. I assumed you would know if Senomyx flavoring is in Progresso but you talked mostly about salt. Senomyx buys baby parts from Planned Parenthood and makes flavoring from that, then sells to our food/drink industry. stopthecrime.net has a list of companies who use this flavoring in their foods/drinks. Click on Original Homepage, Senomyx, then Senomyx Flyer. You should research often because you never know when corrupt things like this can happen.

  • I’ve never bought a can of soup in my life, but I do make soup at home, every other day. We eat mostly everyday soup, cream soups of all kinds, and noodle soups. (When I make cream soups I don’t add any cream, but I add water just to cover the veggies. This way it’s creamy without the cream.)

  • Becca, Spicy beef ramen has well over 1,000 kg i have two maybe 3 a day then drink water thinks to self actually its a rare thing lol

  • Just so you know campells is that number 1 chicken soup that has LOADS OF SALT you need progress soup peeps just be mindful of the flavors cause that is the BIGGEST PROBLEM you dont always need chicken soup try a different type (I myself eat the white chowder and I dont really care which one works out better I take both progresso soup and cambell I just 2 of each and its a massive cure cause it da spot for me)

  • That crap will ruin your health. GMO cancer. Sodium shouldn’t be more than 200 and they think close to 1000 is fine. Heart attacks must go well with cancer.

  • The doctor at Mayo Clinic tells his patients to eat 500 calories everyday to loose weight for surgery and he suggest progreso soup, The doctor from my 600 pound life. Yeah if you have heart or cholesterol problems watch salt in take. Homemade is better I use a blender to make my homemade soups creamy without the fat. I just add shredded chicken or shrimp at the plate. Enjoy.

  • Andy Warhol’s hand-painted Big Campbell’s Soup Can with Can Opener (Vegetable), 1962 sold to an anonymous bidder for $23,882,500. At six feet high, the painting is one of the largest examples of Warhol’s most famous images of a Campbell’s Soup Can.

  • I LOST 80 POUNDS IN 10 WEEKS DOING KETO & FASTING! U rock Tom! You’ve even encouraged me to create my own YouTube channel where I share my journey and help others hit their goals too!! I can’t from 126 pounds over weight to now 6pack! ✨����EVERYONE TRUST THE PROCESS

  • Thanks for the tips Caitlin. FYI, sometimes I watch your videos on multiple YouTube channels, one on my tv, and then use my phone when I’m actually watching the recipe on my own YouTube account. When I’m cooking the recipes, I tend to skip ahead to the parts of the recipes I am at. Just wanted to let you know, as many people may be doing this!:)

  • I HATE canned soup! It taste like crap! I LOVE homemade tho! I mean minestrone is sooo easy! Just dice up a few veggies put some veggie stock in it with a few noodles and your good to go. However being homemade I control the salt and I tend to make mine thicker because of all the veggies.

  • i really like u your video.. especially when u talk about how the nutrition benefit our body in very detail way. i felt this is very educative and useful. pls do more video and add in more information.

  • I would of never thought of adding extra herbs or spices to canned soups. I agree with the soups in microwaves. Not good ideas. Your title made me ��. Toasted bread is actually good on top of cream of mushroom soups.

  • Could you do the skinny on healthy and unhealthy dairy? I always see that it isn’t good for you, but I just can’t not eat it, haha. So I’d love to have your advice!
    Great videos by the way, I’m binging right now on them

  • I know homemade salad dressings are best, but if you had to use a store bought bottled dressing, what should we look for on the labels and what are the healthiest brands to use? Love your channel!! Thanks!

  • Haha this video is sooo weird to me �� I’m portuguese and here we always have veggie soup as an appetizer before our main meal. We have some soups that are meals but not usually haha. Nevertheless great video ideia! With everyone buying canned foods and stuff. Also really interesting to learn about the more scientific stuff ��

  • Please stop with the ads every 5 minutes! I’m gonna have to unsubscribe if you keep it up! Totally annoying! One 5 second ad at the beginning is okay, but two or three more each video?? Come on, man! That’s disappointing!

  • My husband stocked up on the good o’l Campbells. I really would of loved some of Amay’s organic shump. Lol. Good to have a little chuckle.:)

  • You need to really have something wrong with you for soy to affect your negatively. The science for consuming soy is far different from the urban legends we hear (man-boobs, for instance). There is no evidence that a normal, healthy man who eats soy, unless by the truck-load, will have a reduction of testosterone. This is a staple food in many Asian countries with perfectly healthy men, with no man-boobs. If you have man-boobs, you likely have a condition that is causing it, are overweight, or some other cause other than soy.

  • I don’t understand why soy is seen as an enemy. Processed soy, I understand, but there is zero proof that soy lowers testosterone and increases estrogen

  • Have any of you read The Better World Shopper? I got reminded of this because a few years ago Campbell’s and Progresso were both at the C and D letter grade. Now they’re both at a B. Amy’s is an A of course.:D

  • Everything we eat and drink is poison! I keep some around in case of an emergency not chicken noodle but i make my own soups its to the point where I just want to say I will have a carrot please��and I even question those. Going to grow my own��even the soil is poisoned.ahh sigh we have to eat something. Next year IAM starting a small garden.

  • I ready like your videos, but the way things are going right now and some store out of everything because some hoarders decided to take everything. I think if you can find a can soup that is not that healthy but will feed you or your children for the day “Get it!” I’m not going to be reading label at this time.. if things get better and there is more choices at the store then I’ll change and look at labels..

  • Very appropriate video for this crazy time in the world. I just started a keto diet and feel discouraged by the limited options in grocery stores. Thank you for the information.

  • EVERYONE knows why cream of mushroom soup exists. It’s an ingredient in countless recipes, especially casseroles. Saying nobody knows why cream of mushroom soup exists is like saying nobody knows why french fried onions exists.

  • Can not believe so many ignorant people object to a father and father and son commercial. Sad..so many kids need loving homes..get over the ignorance people!!

  • By the way, unless made for those avoiding wheat, ALL noodle soups has flour or wheatin the noodles. Every brand, no matter how organic or healthy.

  • It’s clear you haven’t done much cooking or you would not have made the comment about broth vs stock. What you said is nonsense. Broth is essentially watered down stock. Please do an easy Google search to fact check in the future. These nutritional errors are getting to be common in your videos. I know better so it doesn’t affect me but others take your comments as fact. You can & should do better.
    From Google: “What is the Difference Between Stock vs Broth? Essentially stock is made from simmering the bones from your meat for a long period of time to extract the flavors. Broth is made from using the meatier parts of your bird to flavor it. You can make a broth out of poultry, fish, beef, and even vegetables”

  • On your recent live stream, trolls are at higher rates because so many schools are out. Don’t take it personally. I’m happy to be able to look to you for breaking down how things work in our bodies. Thank you!

  • Hello Thomas. Maltodextrin spikes insulin. How ever you take whey protein that spikes insulin more then sugar. Or am I wrong? Could you please clarify because it gets confusing. Thank you.

  • This is just such an amazingly informative video for anybody looking for canned food or just trying to avoid the basic bad things that are in grocery store foods, so much of it is in things like Sidekick Noodles and other garbage. looking forward to the grocery haul videos were you can really get into examples of these things once your able to do them again. keep up the great work, love information like this!

  • I remember you could still get them for 10 cents a can when I was a kid. I remember my mom getting 10 cans for a buck back in 1970. The original bean with bacon. Doesn’t taste the same today though. I still dunk my ham and cheese sandwiches in tomato soup.

  • LOVE these kind of hacks! You should do one on ramen. I love adding Everything But The Bagel seasoning and frozen stir fry veggies to mine! SO good

  • A lot of the questions you guys are asking he already covered in previous videos. Take some time and scroll through his videos to find your answers.

  • Grew up on it but cannot eat it now, loved it then and wish I could eat but it actually makes me sick or at least feel sick. Cannot eat anything filled with sodium, preservatives and msg, though it may not be on the label…or labeled as natural flavors…haha!!

  • Great information for those who can afford Kettle & Fire. I can’t, but if I could I’d go for that one! I think I’ll have to stick with just making my own.

  • Don’t know what kind of say you have in it, but this is what’s being attached to your videos for an ad. Just thought you might want to know.
    https://www.biotrust.com/pages/keto-results-fb-vl-dr-t1
    “Keto results without the keto diet.”

  • I’ve never bought a can of soup in my life, but I do make soup at home, every other day. We eat mostly everyday soup, cream soups of all kinds, and noodle soups. (When I make cream soups I don’t add any cream, but I add water just to cover the veggies. This way it’s creamy without the cream.)

  • Hi Becca! I was wondering if you could do a video about bone broth. Is it healthier than chicken broth? Even organic chicken broth?

  • Like many of you… its easy and better, fresher tasting to make it yourself… all their soups are way to salty and mushy…
    all you gotta do is: saute some chopped onion, celery, bit of carrots, or leeks, garlic.. for a few minutes in olive oil, add broth, knorrs chicken bouillon.. if you dont have broth or you prefer..
    Then add whatever vegetables you like.. simmer until tender…pour over a piece of french sourdough in a bowl.. enjoy!!

  • Have any of you read The Better World Shopper? I got reminded of this because a few years ago Campbell’s and Progresso were both at the C and D letter grade. Now they’re both at a B. Amy’s is an A of course.:D

  • I know homemade salad dressings are best, but if you had to use a store bought bottled dressing, what should we look for on the labels and what are the healthiest brands to use? Love your channel!! Thanks!

  • Dont you have that backwards?…stock is made from bones….broth is made from meat…ie all those mechanically deboned old laying hens…bone broth is a misnomer…bone broth is Stock…from s culinary perspective

  • i dont need to stuck up on canned stuff
    i have my body fat that i can eat, best ketogenic diet
    thanks to real fasting and deep keto, i can effortless fast for weeks without loosing much muscle at all and maintain energy lvl

  • Great video Caitlin, I’ve been a home cook for over 30 years & I learned a couple of things I didn’t know ��. I’m NOT a “spicy” fan so I Always avoid adding the cayenne pepper called for in recipes…I’ll starting a touch now to just boost the flavors��

  • Your ideas are incredible. So realistic. May I suggest an acustic addition to your kitchen when making a video. Some of your words blur.

  • @ 11:22 i skip ahead because she tends to ramble with redundant comments. she’s also standing in 1 place for most of the video so if she intertwined the footage at the end of her actually making and improving the soups while giving tips, it would help make it more interesting and have viewers skip ahead less. On the other hand, it could just be that she needed to reach a certain time length for the video to earn more.

  • I’ve heard that as long as you drink a ton of water, it’s okay to have a lot of sodium in your diet. Is this even remotely true? It can be hard to sift through the advice out there on the internet, and I’m really curious about this one!

  • I’ve been meaning to buy Amy’s canned soups because they have clean ingredients. You’ve made them look so tempting so Ill definitely try them out. Thanks!

  • Self Sable Stoup… lol
    Interesting timing on this video, currently cooling a pot of beef bone broth that I put on last night.
    Great minds!