That Guy's Soup is Gluten Free and can be found in Edmonton

By now I would imagine that many of you have been over to Ed's Gluten Free in Edmonton and found loads of different and exciting gluten free foods and treats. I want to share with you another find that, if you're anything like me, you may have missed. It's called That Guy's Soup and the flavor I tried was called Tastes of India - Golden Curried Lentil.

The reason I say that if you're anything like me you may have missed it is because I find that often times when I go to Ed's Gluten Free I am either there on a mission (in search of one particular thing) or I am so enamoured by the variety of choices that I just focus on a couple of things for fear of buying out the store. My most favorite purchases at Ed's are often from the frozen section. One example, you may recall I recently wrote about the oh so tasty Cheesecake Blintzes by Molly B's...those were one of my special finds in the varied freezes at Ed's.  Mmm just thinking about them makes my mouth water.

Back to the task at hand. Another fantastic find in the freezer section was the Tastes of India soup, by That Guy's Soup. Initially this product caught my eye when shopping with my friend who has more dietary restrictions that I do and is always looking for something new to try, especially if it meets her needs of gluten free, dairy free, soy free, vegetarian and of course not loaded with chemicals and fat! Phew that was a mouthful. 

Lo and behold, That Guy's Soup. It meets all the above dietary restrictions and it's Canadian! You can't go wrong with supporting Canadian products. My friend bought the Tastes of Morocco flavor and she raved about the flavors and body in the soup. Having tried only the Tastes of India flavor I can say that I wholeheartedly agree with her description. This soup is awesome! It's loaded with flavor, smells amazing, contains no preservatives and is made with easy to pronounce ingredients plus it has a ton of fiber in it (aka it's good for you). For those diabetics out there or anyone counting carbohydrates, the net carbohydrate value for 1 cup of this stellar soup is only 17g. That's 25g of carbs - 8g fiber. This soup will not leave you hungry ravaging the fridge for something else.

It tasted so good we scarfed it all down and forgot to take a picture. Sorry about that everyone. Go check it out at Ed's Gluten Free in the freezer section. Tell him you saw this product on

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  1. This sounds delicious! I'll look for it next time I'm at Ed's. I know what you mean about missing things... I get a little overwhelmed in that store myself

  2. Glad to hear I'm not alone in the overwhelmed feeling. But mmm mmmm they have some great stuff at Ed's gluten free!

  3. There's even more gluten and sugar free stuff at Sweet Tweet (!


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