The Poo Reviews: Soup Edition

A bowl of Campbell's tomato soup basking in all of it's disgusting, processed glory. Photo courtesy of freedigitalphotos.net.

A bowl of Campbell's tomato soup basking in all of it's disgusting, processed glory. Photo courtesy of freedigitalphotos.net.

Meredith Murphree and Tony Madden

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Tomato Soup:

For our soup review, I decided to taste and review Campbell’s infamous tomato soup. I’m used to my grandmother’s homemade tomato soup in all of it’s parmesean-y glory, so straight from the can was a bit of a nerve-racking experience.

As I expected, I wasn’t all that impressed with my Campbell’s tomato soup. It was far too thick, and it tasted processed. I’m a home-cooked meal kind of guy, so I was not prepared. I also felt like the soup had a strange creamy red color: one that looked far too red to be natural. I tend to stay away from artificial dyes in my food, so eating this was a struggle.

I give Campbell’s tomato soup 2/10 spoons. In the future, I plan on sticking to Grandma’s homemade tomato soup; Campbell’s was a disgrace.

Cream of Chicken:

This soup is a staple in many a casserole recipe. However, as a stand alone soup it is kind of weird. The cream makes it look like clam chowder—if only it tasted like clam chowder! The consistency is kind of watery and the taste is, ironically,  a bit too chicken-y. I would not recommend this soup to a friend, but I would recommend it to an enemy and I would definitely use it in a casserole.

3/10 spoons as a stand alone, 11/10 spoons as a casserole filler.

Verdict: chicken has no place in a cream-based soup. Go back to the broth that you came from, poultry! #NotMyChowder

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