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In industrially produced soup, how does each can contain equal parts of all ingredients?
In the soup that you get at the store, how come you never get cans of just broth? You'd think that if the soup were made in a large vat, the first few cans would have very little broth and the last ...
Mar 7 '13 at 18:16
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