eFoods Taste Test: Chicken Noodle Soup

I ordered a sample pack from one of my sponsors eFoods Global a while back and decided to try out their Chicken Noodle Soup tonight.

 

eFoods Global Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup is one of my all time favorite foods – especially in the dead of winter after being outside in the freezing cold. Typically Campbells in my soup of choice.

Tonight I read the instructions on the eFoods packet. Basically I had to boil 5 cups of water – pour the contents in – cook for 15-20 minutes – and eat. I followed the instructions.

Ready to pour.

 

Smells like good cooking.

One of the first things I noticed was the smell of the soup cooking. Very good. Somewhat similar to Campbell’s – with a more gourmet scent. After about 15 minutes in a rolling boil I moved the pot to another burner to let it cool. There was just the right amount of liquid. I hate my chicken noodle soup if it is too “liquidy”.

I got out two bowls – one for me and one for my youngest son – and some saltine crackers. Served ’em up and waited to see my sons reaction (he is my guinea pig ). He looked it a lot. I gave mine a try – fantastic. Really – I am not just saying that. I added some saltine crackers and downed my bowl.

 

Yum!!!

Seriously – if your looking for some additions to your food storage program – checkout eFoods.

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Take care all –

Rourke

 

 


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  1. I agree that the taste and smell of eFoods is quite good, but it is worth mentioning that in place of meat they use TSP (soy) that some folks might be sensitive to, myself included. Always read the ingredients. Thanks!

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