The bowl. I lick it clean.
It depends on the soup. If it's my friend's wonderful yam and garlic soup or something similar, I like good sausages with it. Other soups I might pair with a salad.
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To me, soup is a meal in a bowl and doesn't need anything else. I think it just takes a while to change your mindset when you are used to things a certain way (like tortillas with Mexican food).
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We've labeled my soups "stoup" halfway between stew and soup, because you could practically eat them with a fork most of the time. Occasionally I miss bread, but a serious soup with chunky bits doesn't need it. Sometimes I put a dob of butter in the middle just before I serve, so you get that lovely salty butteryness.
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Pork rinds/cracklings make good croutons and a roasted squash (or raw mushrooms, actually) work pretty well for mopping up the bowl.
More soup or, if necessary, bacon.
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This was one of the things that took me a little while to adapt to...the lack of sponge-like primal foods to mop up sauces. Now I'm with Dr Bork Bork...bowl licking has taken over as the soup ritual
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