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November 13, 2017

How To Pizzaz Up Homemade Soup

by Anne Paddock

The base of most homemade soups starts with chopped onions, carrots, and celery along with water or broth. These days, most supermarkets, including Trader Joe’s sell containers of fresh diced vegetables which makes it easy to make a batch of soup in a jiffy. But, if you want to add some pizzaz to a homemade soup, consider adding a 1/4 to 1/2 cup of dehydrated vegetables made by Harmony House Foods.

Harmony House Foods is a western North Carolina based company that specializes in dehydrated vegetables, fruits, and beans. The company sells 19 types of dehydrated vegetables and a medley of mixed dehydrated non-GMO  vegetables  (carrots, onions, tomatoes, peas, celery, green bell peppers, green beans and parsley) called “Dehydrated Vegetable Soup” that adds flavor, color, nutrition, and texture to homemade soups. With no added salt, sodium, additives, or preservatives, Harmony House Foods dehydrated vegetables are the perfect pantry staple to have on hand to take your homemade soup from good to great.

Use the mix to enhance a homemade soup or to make a soup by simply adding 1 cup of liquid (water or broth) to every 1/4 cup of dehydrated vegetables.

Dehydrated Vegetable Soup is sold in a BPA-free 12 ounce container ($12.95), a 42-ounce container ($37.96), and a 3-ounce resealable packet ($4.95) on the company’s website:  www.harmonyhousefoods.com, or through www.amazon.com. The company also sells containers of individual vegetables, spices, fruits, beans, and more. To read more about Harmony House Foods dehydrated food products, go to the company website (listed above).

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