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The #1 Best Tasting Tomato Soup We Tried

By Meaghan Cameron of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 10: Tomato soup is one of those foods that carry a heavy dose of nostalgia. This warming soup is often served in childhood, after a snowy day outside with a side of simple grilled cheese. Piping hot, it warms the insides like no other soup. When you want tomato soup, there's no substitute for the smooth, red elixir—and this is one of those soups that most people don't make at home.There are so many great tomato soups on grocery store shelves, the difficulty is choosing one that fits your unique tastes. Are you someone who wants the classic, smooth flavor from childhood, or do you want something with satisfying, tomatoey chunks or even a touch of cream? Well, we tasted 9 tomato soups so you don't have to guess which one you'll like best.We had two people of two different generations conduct a blind tasting of nine widely available tomato soups. The soups were all warmed in the microwave and then served alongside grilled cheese bites to mimic a true tomato soup-eating experience (and because a tomato soup needs to be dippable). We rated the soups on appearance, texture, and, of course, taste.Read on for the absolute best, the ones we'd leave behind, and some notes on flavor in case you're looking for a specific tomato soup experience. If you're in the mood for chicken soup, check out We Tasted 10 Chicken Noodle Soups and This Is the Best.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

The #1 Best Tasting Tomato Soup We Tried

Tomato soup is one of those foods that carry a heavy dose of nostalgia. This warming soup is often served in childhood, after a snowy day outside with a side of simple grilled cheese. Piping hot, it warms the insides like no other soup. When you want tomato soup, there's no substitute for the smooth, red elixir—and this is one of those soups that most people don't make at home.

There are so many great tomato soups on grocery store shelves, the difficulty is choosing one that fits your unique tastes. Are you someone who wants the classic, smooth flavor from childhood, or do you want something with satisfying, tomatoey chunks or even a touch of cream? Well, we tasted 9 tomato soups so you don't have to guess which one you'll like best.

We had two people of two different generations conduct a blind tasting of nine widely available tomato soups. The soups were all warmed in the microwave and then served alongside grilled cheese bites to mimic a true tomato soup-eating experience (and because a tomato soup needs to be dippable). We rated the soups on appearance, texture, and, of course, taste.

Read on for the absolute best, the ones we'd leave behind, and some notes on flavor in case you're looking for a specific tomato soup experience. If you're in the mood for chicken soup, check out We Tasted 10 Chicken Noodle Soups and This Is the Best.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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