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Monday, September 12

lessons from soup

when eating soup, it is advisable to have a spoon of length roughly equal to or greater than the diameter of the bowl.

campbell's recommends one can of soup and one can of water. i recommend slightly less water.

when purchasing a condensed soup, actually at any point prior to eating one, don't expect the soup to be thick, especially if you follow directions. however, you may expect, at least in the case of chicken soup with rice, carrots to be in the soup, and in much greater amounts than chicken.


At 11:12 PM, Blogger serenitynow said...

dude i love condensed chicken noodle soup, who cares if it's generic? but here's what you really need to know:
use a big spoon with soup, since it's a liquid it takes no time to chew the broth and you waste so much time on those extra scoops (or whatever)


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