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The Low-Down On Watermelons

Watermelon is tasty, satisfying, and refreshing on a hot summer day, but did you know it also has a 5,000-year history? It’s more than a tasty snack or the base of our lunch favorite Watermelon Soup, it was once a ...
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The Benefits Of Asparagus

Asparagus is a rich, earthy, and delicious veggie that brings a lot of benefit to a nutritious lunch. The flavor of asparagus is often described as green and earthy, similar to broccoli, but it can take on different flavor notes ...
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A Brief History Of The Chicken Pot Pie

A good old fashioned chicken pot pie is hearty, tasty, and satisfying, and it’s been this way for thousands of years. While our SoLé Soups Chicken Pot Pie Chowder certainly has modern appeal, its roots go all the way back ...
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What Is There To Know About Fennel?

Fennel is known to have a soft, delicate, licorice-like flavor, which some might be a little apprehensive about when it comes to soup. Afterall – soup and candy aren’t really two things that normally go together! While fennel might have ...
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5 Health Benefits Of Turkey

When you think about turkey, you might think first about gathering around a holiday table and dressing the bird with stuffing, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce. Turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving or Christmas, it’s also an excellent soup star with ...
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New England vs. Manhattan Clam Chowder

Briny, comforting, cozy, and delicious – clam chowder is a fall and winter favorite when it comes to soup! However, there are two very different kinds of clam chowder to choose from, and if you’re expecting one but receive the ...
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The Healthiest Root Vegetables

We at SoLé SoupS love the fall season and all the flavors that come along with it. The fall is the perfect time of year to enjoy some root vegetables, and these aren’t just tasty, they’re also good for you! ...
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