Mother Earth Products Dried Vegetable Soup, 1 Full Quart

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100% natural, dried, dehydrated vegetables. Mother earth is a name that you have grown to trust. We carry the freshest, best tasting products on the market, never GMO or additives. We hand package all our products to ensure you get the very best. Mother earth products carries a full selection of beans and grains, wild rice, air dried vegetables, freeze dried fruits and freeze dried vegetables. Thanks for being part of our family. It is a choice that you will not regret .

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • UPC: 610395393733
  • Item model number: one full Quart

Customer Reviews

Product Changes

141 people found this helpful.
 on November 21, 2013
By W. Levering
I am not sure when or how the product was changed from the one commented on earlier, but the version I got had directions (1 cup mix to 4 cups water, boil 10-30 mins) and had no hydration problems. After 10 minutes of a reasonable boil the veggies were the way my wife likes them, that is to say al dente, but certainly not crunchy. After 30 minutes, they were quite gummable. The directions will give you a hearty thing some people would call a stew with clearly identifiable veggies. There is no barley or hard grain to make this an hour boil. Taste, fine, but they are veggies. Bring a packet of onion soup (don’t tell your cardiologist) or add them to your beef and potato thing for something that might pass for healthy.

Lightweight option for backpacking while on a restricted diet.

30 people found this helpful.
 on November 26, 2014
By PaleoMD
I’ve been looking for dehydrated or freeze-dried foods that would be usable while backpacking, on an FODMAP type diet for IBS, and hardly any of the commercially available ‘backpacking foods’ fit within these restrictions. I combined these dried veggies with some jasmine rice in small plastic bags, and then added some bits of protein (jerky, etc), and it made a good solution that let me perform during a challenging week of backpacking on and off trail in the Sierras, without getting ill.

Easy, healthy upgrade for your ramen

34 people found this helpful.
 on May 25, 2016
By YaymeeT
I upgraded my ramen!

Great Add In!

27 people found this helpful.
 on August 6, 2012
By SharonInTx
Love these soup vegetables. I buy the dried soup mixes and because I like to beef them up, I add extra dried vegetables to them, even the Chicken Noodle soups. These vegetables plump right up and make a great soup. I haven’t tried them by themselves. I have added them to other soups to add volume or make them more filling.

Very good product!

4 people found this helpful.
 on March 20, 2016
By Lorraine Lake
Got this through Prime Pantry–Added this to chicken broth, simmered and had great soup for a light lunch. This could easily be used in casseroles, dip, all kinds of ways. Flavor was good, better than canned. I also like this product because I have very little storage area in my kitchen. This is a small bottle but would compare to at least 10-12 cans of veggies. That is also a plus for me. I intend to be buying this again.

Easy low-sodium veggie soup… Yes!!

4 people found this helpful.
 on March 12, 2017
By the pix
I simply brought 2 cups of water to a boil, added one low-sodium veggie bullion cube and 1/4 cup of Mother Earth Vegetable Soup Mix. Simmered for about 15-20 minutes, and voila!! Delicious vegetarian soup – not at all bland, but just right – and only 210 mg of sodium in a one cup serving. Plus, the ingredients are always on hand, so it’s a great fallback if you’ve procrastinated on grocery shopping. The NON-GMO quality is very important too…

A great addition to any stew or soup pot

36 people found this helpful.
 on June 6, 2014
By Krazy Kev
I live at 440 feet above sea level, so my cooking time may not reflect yours.

Great choice!

 on May 14, 2017
By Norwood
Great choice! I use this every week, preparing it alone, making soups or stews or even cooking it in with the rice etc. It seems to stay fresh in the clear canister for a very long time but I have several additional half gallon jugs frozen for longer term use. Even once frozen, it prepares, tastes and smells very much like freshly dried veggies when I finally do break into it.

Nice to hide in my kid’s lunches, not at all overpowering.

One person found this helpful.
 on April 24, 2017
By Brandon McDonald
Delicious. It does take a while to re-hydrate when in soup, so if you’re using canned soup or base, make sure you’re simmering at a lower temperature, covered, for a longer time. These are great when rehydrated to hide in packaged pasta, like mac & cheese, to give it a little nutritional value.