The exact contents boiled within these containers is unknown, but it is clear they were placed over fire. Other historians believe it soup consumption became common about 9,000 years ago, and burgeoned in popularity when bronze cookware became prevalent.
This infographic explores how how cultures around the world enjoy soup, from the environmentally contentious Chinese delicacy known as Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, to French onion soup, which originated as a staple during times of limited resources.
There are savory soups, sweet soups, cold soups, vegetarian soups, fruit soups, and so much more. Use this as inspiration in the kitchen – so many new recipes to try, especially during the winter.
This TitleMax.com infographic shows 50 of the most unique, iconic, and traditional soups and stews from around the world.
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