Vegetarian Lentil Soup Made Italian Way is Alessi Lentil Soup (6×6 Oz )
Alessi Lentil Soup is a culinary treat. There is nothing quite as satisfying as a bowl of rich, hearty soup. Soups are eaten in almost every corner of the world. Over the years, certain soups have become associated with particular countries. Italy is no exception since several regions boast claim to some of the world’s best soups. In Sicily, this very simple, yet delicious soup made with lentils is renowned. The Italian word for lentil is “Lenticchie.”
In this Sicilian soup, the brown lentils are mixed with small cut pasta, bits of carrot, garlic, and the bulb of the fennel plant. People today eat soup for different reasons than they did before. In the past, it was viewed as inexpensive meal because it could feed the poor. However, soup has become popular among today’s health conscious consumers and all segments of society. Hence, this Vegetarian Lentil Soup for taste, nutrition, convenience, and international flavor should be tried.
This soup contains free of artificial colors and dyes. Also, there is no hydrogenated oils, BPA free, and no GMOs in this soup. The Lentil Soup of Sicily is unforgettable and worth to enjoy any day of the week! Stock up and save on this soup today! If you have already tried and enjoy lentil soup, you also could like another Italian classic soup, check it out here!
Healthy Soups as part of Smart Weight Loss
Yes, weight loss can be a lot of work. But the more you know about nutrition, foods and exercise and how your body reacts to them in the form of fat loss,and the easier your task becomes. To achieve fat loss, you have to change your energy balance. There are just two ways to do this – either consume less energy (Calories) or expend more energy (via exercise). By including complex, fiber-rich, protein-laden, and balanced calories found in many soups such as lentil or tuscan bean soup you can reduce your caloric intake. The reasons for this effect are two-fold. One, eating nutrient-dense, low caloric foods and two, having slow-to-digest digestion foods keeps full and keeps hunger pangs at bay.