Pacific Organic Rosemary Potato Chowder
Rosemary Potato This is a truly timeless soup with a surprising and delicious rosemary twist. Each bit is luxuriously rich, creamy and full of flavor with just the right amount of potatoes, onions, carrots, celery, and cream. Accompany with a side salad and fresh bread for a delicious alternative to the usual fare. Easy to Pour Reclosable Shake well Just pour, heat, and serve After opening, keep refrigerated and use within 7-10 days. Good To Know Gluten Free All Natural Vegetarian Packaging Made From Renewable Resources The Delicious Taste of Nature™ At pacific Natural Foods, we care deeply about what we make and how we make it. As a family-owned natural foods company founded in 1987, we remain dedicated to creating the most delicious tastes from what nature has provided. Pacific Natural Foods exclusive Certified to the Source® program tsee more...
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My dislike of this soup began with the packaging. It is one of those fold and tear type of cartons where you pop the sides up and take a knife or pair of scissors and cut off the top to remove the contents. These cartons are not consumer friendly. It is difficult to remove the product without some of the contents spilling as you tear off the top. Pacific has soup containers which come with a capped spout. The capped spout on other containers allows the consumer to pour what they need and refrigerate the rest. Alas, with this container, you need to pour all of the contents and put what you don't need into a tupperware dish -- thus creating more dirtied dishes in your life.
The second disappointment was the appearance upon pouring. I definitely eat food first with my eyes. When I poured the soup into a bowl, there were giant curds intermingled with oily broth, carrots and celery. This soup is made with milk so I am guessing that was what caused the curds. I had to use a whisk to break them up. After heating the soup, the base was still very oily. See a photo of the soup in the product image gallery.
The third disappointment was the taste and texture of the soup. The soup is oily, filmy and I don't think it is thick enough to be called a chowder. The manufacturer was very light on the use of rosemary. I wouldn't call this a rosemary potato chowder.
best mashed potatoes i ever had
my whole family loves it so much
its easy to make and customize to your liking too