Muir Glen Chicken and Wild Rice Soup Review

Muir Glen Chicken and Wild Rice Soup Review

Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup is one of the best soups when you have the flu or a cold.
After traveling by airplane recently, I woke up the next morning with a sore throat, aching body and terrible cough. I stocked up on a few Muir Glen organic soups. The chicken and wild rice has chicken which is raised with no added hormones or antibotics.

The soup contains little pieces of diced carrots, celery, chunks of white meat chicken and a lot of wild rice.

The wild rice is nice because it give the soup some substance. I prefer rice when I’m sick with a cold or the flu because rice is gluten free.

I loved the smell of rosemary in the soup, even though my sense of smell was somewhat compromised by the flu.

The soup pairs well with Mary’s Gone Crackers, Wheat Thins Crackers Tuscan Herb or Town House Flatbread Crisps Italian Herb.

Here are a few things I learned from my Muir Glen chicken and wild rice soup review:

No. 1: Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup calories: One cup has 80 calories. That’s a half a can.

No. 2: Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup Nutritional facts: 1.5 grams of fat, 1 gram fiber, 5 grams protein, 1 gram sugar, 10 mg cholesterol, 800 mg sodium. It also contains 10 percent Vitamin A.

No. 3: Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup is certified organic. In terms of allergens, it does contain soy ingredients.

No. 4: Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup ingredients: Their chicken and rice soup recipe is elaborate. The soup contains chicken broth, carrots, cooked chicken meat, wild rice, rice, celery, corn starch, sea salt, carrot puree, onion powder, black pepper, onion, yeast extract, cane sugar, tomato paste, thyme, rosemary, carrot powder, potato flour and canola oil and other ingredients.

No. 5: Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup is distributed by Small Planets Foods, Inc. based in Sedro-Woolley, Washingon.

To prepare their soup, I heated in a pan on the stove for a few minutes. The soup is named after naturalist John Muir and was founded in 1991 by people committed to organic gardening.

If you are looking for the best soup when you have a cold or the best soup to eat when you have the flu, I think it’s best to stick with organic chicken soups such as this one.

For taste and nutrition, I give the Muir Glen Organic chicken and wild rice soup 4.5 out of 5 stars. Their chicken and rice soup recipe doesn’t taste like a gourmet dinner, but the hot soup did make me feel better.

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