July 01, 2018
Sometimes the biggest obstacle to trying something new is that it's NEW! Why? There are many reasons for this, including the fear of trying something new or the habit of just doing what you've always done.
I want you to try something new, try using bean or pea flakes to make your next batch of soup!
Three reasons to try it:
Traditionally when you make soup using beans or peas you sort, soak, and simmer. The process of sorting the beans/peas, then soaking them overnight and then letting them simmer on the stove for hours can be very time consuming and who has extra time? If you don't have time to cook you might use a soup mix, have you looked at what's in your mix? I checked out some of the most popular brands and... YUK. I used to buy a soup mix and then add some fresh veggies or meat to make it a meal. So just, try using the bean/pea flakes it's the best of both, nutritious and quick.
The total time for this soup is about 15 minutes!
The reason the flakes work so well is that they are dehydrated, this means that when you add them to the pot they instantly soak up and blend the flavors.
Don't make sacrifices, try using flakes with one of your favorite recipes or pick one from our recipes. You don't have to choose between flavor, nutrition and time anymore.
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