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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 Customers are Saying about SoLé SoupS

If you can’t decide what you want from our SoLé Soup Studio in Agoura Hills or Thousand Oaks for lunch, we understand when there’s so much good stuff filling up our menu! Great inspiration can be found from our Yelp ...
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Why Blueberries are so Good

Blueberries are often labeled a superfood, and for good reason! At our SoLé Soups studios in Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks we love providing the kind of lunch that makes you feel as good as it tastes, so we try ...
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The Health Benefits of Turkey

Turkey is one of the big stars of our Hearty Turkey Chili at SoLé Soups. We all know that turkey tastes delicious, but what do our bodies think about this versatile protein? Turkey isn’t just tasty, it’s also good for ...
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What is Ragu?

Ragu has a rich history dating all the way back to the 18th century Italy by name, but the foundation of ragu has been popular since the Middle Ages. Essentially, ragu refers to a meat-based sauce or broth that contains ...
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The History of Split Pea Soup

Split pea is a soup that has a history going back more than 2,000 years. At our SoLé Soups Studio, our split pea is one of the shining stars of all of our homemade soups, full of flavor, nutrients, and ...
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Why Bone Broths are so Good for You?

Whether beef or chicken, we’re big fans of a good bone broth here at SoLé Soups and for good reason. In a bowl or a travel mug while you’re on the go, bone broth is an easy and comforting soup ...
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What are Legumes and their Benefits?

Legumes are a wide vegetable family, encompassing all sorts of delicious and nutritious goodies. As a matter of fact, there are over 16,000 different types of legumes grown around the world encompassing all sorts of different shapes, sizes, and textures. ...
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The Origins and Uses of Cardamom

Cardamom comes in two basic varieties – black and green. Green cardamom is the more common of the two, and the one that is most often spotted in grocery store spice aisles around Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks. Green cardamom ...
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