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Pitango soup How many times have you dashed in to the supermarket to get a Pitango soup, when there’s nothing for lunch in winter and possibly grabbed a Pitango risotto or curry while you’re at it, in case there’s also nothing for dinner? We’re lucky they are so readily available, as they leave tinned versions for dead.

For the vegetarians of us, there are many wonderful different flavours to choose from, to either use as a base for adding your own favourite ingredients or simply to relish on their own. The Broccoli and Blue Cheese is a bit of a favourite, just try adding some extra broccoli flowerets for that extra fresh colour.

Soups are what we know and love, but this award winning organic range just keeps growing. Now we have not only the risottos and curries, but also a pasta range and even porridge and hummus! The two flavours of porridge are still to be tried by friends of The List, but they sound so decadent, they could well be served as a dessert – Organic Blueberry, Cream and Vanilla Porridge; Organic Honey, Apricot and Sultana Porridge. Does that sound good or what!
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