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Thompson Farm Soups & More

Soup Mixes (5-8 servings)

Spices & Seasonings: Christmas, Gift, Herbs & Spices

We are excited to offer products from Thompson Farm Soups & More. We have used these soup and dip mixes for quite a while now and Nature’s Plow stands behind them. We are offering 21 varieties!! Soup mixes typically yield 5-8 servings. YES, you can make the soup mixes in your slow cooker. Any mixes that have noodles, dairy or cheese, just add those items 30-45 minutes prior to serving. The Food and Drug Administration says these products will last forever. Our friends at Thompson Farm recommend using the mixes within six years. All products are prepared to exacting standards in small batches by hand, the way they have been for years. Products are prepared in a licensed state & FDA inspected facility. The products are without lots of added salt. If you like salt, please add to taste. More than 1/2 of the soups are gluten free, all soups are low or no sodium and no MSG in any of the products. Buy Nature’s Plow meat products for the soup!!! Ingredients for each mix available upon request. USA / Missouri / St. Charles County

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    Q: Hi! which of your soups are gluten-free?

    A: 'All of the soups are gluten free EXCEPT Beef Barley; Chicken Soup, Beef Noodle, Chicken Noodle, Cheese Tortellini and Minestrone. '

    December 16th, 2021 person_outline Mary G.
    Q: When you described the tortilla soup you said the consumer was to add 1# hrs beef. What do you suggest adding to the Hearty B ean or the Senate Bean soup?

    A: 'The instructions on the hearty bean is to add 1 ham hock or ½ lb. diced ham and the instructions for senate bean is to add 1 ham bone with meat or 1 ham shank bone. However, you can make these your own! I’ve used smoked turkey legs, beef soup bones, and leftover rotisserie chicken for both of these soups. You can really do a lot of different things with these mixes.'

    December 10th, 2021 person_outline Ruth Ann B.
    Q: What is the consumer expected to to the Hearty Bean and the Senate Bean soups?

    A: 'I’m not quite following. What’s the question about the soups? '

    October 3rd, 2021 person_outline Ruth Ann B.
    Q: And what is a serving? One cup? How much liquid is added to the soup mix? A snapshot of ingredients for each soup would be very helpful. Lots of variety, great idea for offering.

    A: ''Thanks for the comment and questions. A serving, as a general rule, is 1.5 cups but can vary soup to soup. We have tried almost all varieties and they feed our family of four with leftovers. All varieties are different in terms of how much liquid to add and can vary between 7 and 15 cups. I would love to offer a snapshot of the ingredients of all 21 varieties, but I think that much written text would be a tad overwhelming to customers given so many varieties. If you let me know which ones you are interested in, I can send all information. I will use my personal favorite soup, "Santa Fe Tortilla" as a quick example: Santa Fe Tortilla Ingredients: Corn, green beans, potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, bell peppers, garlic, chili peppers, cumin, chili powder, oregano. 1 package Santa Fe Tortilla Soup Mix 1 lb. ground beef (preferably from Nature's Plow) 1 14.5 can of diced tomatoes with chilis 4 Beef bouillon cubes 14 cups water Brown ground beef. Drain fat. Put ground beef, tomatoes, soup packet, 14 cups water and 4 bouillon cubes in large soup pot. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat. Simmer 1–1 ½ hours. Serve topped with tortilla chips. Also good with grated cheddar sprinkled over the top of soup. I hope this helps and feel free to send us a note and we will answer all questions and provide as much information as we can. ''

    January 24th, 2022 person_outline Elaine R.
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    format_quoteI tried the Beef Noodle soup. It was very good. I did add a tablespoon of tomato paste and some left over egg noodles that I had. Next time I make it I will add a cup less water or broth to start. But that is because we like less brothy soups so it is a personal taste. format_quote

    December 16th, 2021 person_outline Chris S. View Reply
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    December 10th, 2021 person_outline Joann B. View Reply
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    format_quoteOutstanding hearty bean soup mix! I used 4 cups homemade vegetable broth for half the water plus 4 cups water and I used pork jowl instead of ham hocks because that's what I had thanks to Market Wagon. I also prepared the soup in my instant pot Duo Plus and the results were impressive -- at half the time because of course it's a pressure cooker. I look forward to trying the other soups. I also purchased one of the dips but haven't made it yet. format_quote

    October 3rd, 2021 person_outline Robert W. View Reply
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