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Soup Up, Featuring Healthy Soups with No Added Dairy, Butter, Oil, or Pork - Union Market

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Apparently it is open. Co-worker tried the lasagna soup said it was decent.

 

I looked at their website - they use no dairy, no butter, no oil and no salt.  I might be convinced of the first three ingredients, but no salt?

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Unless they mean no added salt, I don't think it's physically possible to make a dish that doesn't contain salt. Also curious what a lasagna soup entails.

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Also curious what a lasagna soup entails.

I envision a Minestrone with ground meat but no cheese, or Pasta e Fagioli, or something similar.

This is a funny picture - "I'll have what they're having!"

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On 11/17/2015 at 4:16 PM, Pool Boy said:

Apparently it is open. Co-worker tried the lasagna soup said it was decent.

I looked at their website - they use no dairy, no butter, no oil and no salt.  I might be convinced of the first three ingredients, but no salt?

100 Bowls of Soup also has very little salt in their products. We usually add a few things to spice it up. I guess these high end soup places are starting to 'ship' their soups that way.

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I went about 6 weeks ago, and I actually liked the food. But the location was completely untenable. 

And it was huge. There was also a funky-shaped upstairs. There's a lot (to put it mildly) that I don't know about restauranting, but I couldn't imagine the math working out.

Didn't know about the no-salt/dairy/butter, but now that you mention it ... .

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