How do you make chicken noodle soup in one minute?

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SKK
SKK August 19, 2011

Open can of chicken noodle soup with can opener.
Eat with spoon. If you want hot soup, that is a different recipe.

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ellenl
ellenl August 19, 2011

this is not a question.

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ellenl August 19, 2011

excuse me, a more proper answer is you don't.

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SKK August 19, 2011

@ellenl - sure it's a question and it allows us to practice our sense of humor. One of the most fun questions we had a couple of weeks ato is: a lot is how to boil water. http://www.food52.com/foodpickle... The answers to this one had me laughing through a most stressful day!

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ellenl
ellenl August 20, 2011

Yes!

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ellenl August 20, 2011

Mark Bittman posted a recipe for boiled water some while ago----it's soup.

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Sam1148
Sam1148 August 20, 2011

Place cut up chicken and noodles in a standard vacuum chamber with celery, onions, and carrots.
Use a lab grade vacuum pump to remove the air. Inject super heated distilled water under 2 atmosphere's of pressure into the container using OSHA vacuum safe fittings. Wait 50 seconds and release the pressure rings and enjoy.

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amysarah
amysarah August 20, 2011

You can imagine you're making chicken noodles soup - and eating it - in less than a minute. Saves greatly on clean-up time and calories too!

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latoscana
latoscana August 20, 2011

This may be a joke question, but it does raise an issue that I think many of us grapple with: when you are tired, starving, perhaps need to attend to other hungry and cranky people, what can you do in 60 seconds? Especially on those days when you have utterly failed in the virtuous weekend task of creating handy pre-packed dinners ready to heat up. How about 5 minutes?

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