Japanese miso is just one soup enjoyed in almost all cultures. It’s time we gave soup some respect as it is much more than an appetiser. Photo: Shutterstock Japanese miso is just one soup enjoyed in almost all cultures. It’s time we gave soup some respect as it is much more than an appetiser. Photo: Shutterstock
Japanese miso is just one soup enjoyed in almost all cultures. It’s time we gave soup some respect as it is much more than an appetiser. Photo: Shutterstock
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Why soup deserves to be more than an appetiser: pho, ramen, chowder, or gazpacho, it’s earned a place as the main event

  • We don’t get excited about liquid food the way we do a hunk of meat or a plate of fatty carbs – but we should
  • From basic to bisque, soups are full of nutrition, and they’re just the thing for using up leftovers or stretching ingredients a long way – think soup kitchens!

Japanese miso is just one soup enjoyed in almost all cultures. It’s time we gave soup some respect as it is much more than an appetiser. Photo: Shutterstock Japanese miso is just one soup enjoyed in almost all cultures. It’s time we gave soup some respect as it is much more than an appetiser. Photo: Shutterstock
Japanese miso is just one soup enjoyed in almost all cultures. It’s time we gave soup some respect as it is much more than an appetiser. Photo: Shutterstock
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