When I was in Whole Foods the other day, I was delighted to see that some of the newly-redesigned food labels are finally hitting the shelves!
I found these on some soups in the refrigerator section. You'll notice that these soups are low in sodium, which sets them apart from many other prepared soups.
Looking at those soups got me thinking about another kitchen hack that I use all the time but haven't yet shared with you.
When you come across healthful soups like these, buy a bunch and then freeze them for hectic days!
That way, when you're having a hectic afternoon or evening, you don't have to worry about preparing a healthful meal because you've already got the start of one in your freezer.
Just add some whole grain bread and a side salad and you'll have a fantastic dinner -- no stress required.
And if you liked that little hack, then you'll love some of the top kitchen hacks I've posted. Check them out!
- Herbs and Spices
- Fruit of the Week
- Kitchen Tools
- Freeze It!
- Selecting and Presenting Whole Grains
- Double Duty Greens
- Cook and Walk at the Same Time
- Inspiration and Meal Perfection
- Shortcuts to More Fruits and Vegetables
- Single Skillet Meals
- Add Beans to Meals
- Baked Lemons
- Equipment Review: Silicone Oven Mitts
I've also assembled a new printable handout with some of these top tips! Check it out!
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Stephanie Ronco has been editing for Food and Health Communications since 2011. She graduated from Colorado College magna cum laude with distinction in Comparative Literature. She was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 2008.