What is Condensed Soup?
Condensed soup is soup which is cooked with a minimum of water, so that it forms a thick stock which almost resembles a sauce. To use condensed soup, consumers add water or cream to the highly concentrated soup and heat it. Several manufacturers make condensed soup, offering it in cans and vacuum packed cartons, and some consumers also make a variation at home, using dried ingredients to make a concentrated soup mix. The product is extremely useful, especially in disaster kits, since it is easy to reconstitute soup cans into a meal and condensed soup tends to be very nutritious.