when i'm too lazy to cook, i eat soup with a sandwich, but i think i'm due for a change in policy. I picked up Campbell's low-sodium chicken soup (lowest of their low-sodium line, which they were correctly hesitant to market) the other day, because their regular soup is way too briny for me. i heated it up for a quick fix, and was re-introduced to the disgusting world of campbell's.
I never knew that all the sodium HAD to be there, or no one would eat that miserable crap. The soup tasted awful, and seemed sooo greasy without all the salt to keep it palatable. By the time i had a few spoonfulls, i just dumped the whole mess down the drain. I can't remember the last time i tried to eat something so digusting.
most food processors depend upon ridiculously high salt, sugar and fat content to make their sickening products edible. Why else would Taco Bell have such outrageous sodium content? Their 'meat' is grade E (no kidding), which means pig slop. oh well, no more campbell's, no easy fix.
anybody have any experiences like this to share--- when the curtain is opened and the WIZARD is just a scrawny old fart? any suggestions on decent products for a quick fix? I know, i shouldn't be shocked, but i am.
I've heard some say that Americans like everything too salty, but which came first, the chicken or the egg? Food processors have slowly been indoctrinating consumers to PREFER processed foods over natural ones. If the soup isn't overly salted, there's something wrong. fresh OJ has all kinds of nasty pulp in it. real jam has bit of yucky fruit, etc. it's a sign of the times, the infatuation with the fake, the processed, the disgusting.