Marco Jacksonovic

Crazy What You Could've Had
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2002-04-18 11:12:12 (UTC)

Packet Soups. No.

I eat a lot of soup. Maybe 1 or 2 mugs a day. Always in a
mug, but generally from a can rather than packet. It has a
flavour that way, see?

But I've got some industrial sized packet soups (Minestrone
& Vegetable) for when the time is right and I fancy a
snack. As you do.

But they're crap! Why? Well, here's why.

1. The soup itself is thin and flavourless.
2. All the stuff in the soup sinks to the bottom and become
melded into one with the mug. It doesn't attach to the base
of canned soup....
3. The products within the soup take about 5 minutes to
stop being dried, by which time the soup is only tepid.
4. The range is small.
5. When you leave the mug, there is a layer of green herbs
on the side. With canned soup (or homemade, if you've time)
the soup itself sticks to the side.

WILT? The Hues Corporation - Rock The Boat (So I'd like to
know, where you got the notion).