If we trust Google, eating (or drinking??) soup has a list of health benefits such as better hydration, an immune system boost, vitamins and disease-fighting nutrients.
Besides, psychoanalysts explain that if we see soup in our dreams it symbolizes abundance, good news and unexpected good events.
To conclude, soup is great in all aspects, but there is only ONE downside – it’s hard to carry with you, inconvenient to bring as a lunch at work and extremely uncomfortable to eat in public (oh, that’s actually THREE). Sometimes, because of its liquid consistency, soup calls for bread or bread crumbs to be mixed with, which makes it the clumsiest street food of all time.
What if I tell you all of these are just history and in our modern world two friends in Ukraine came up with this revolutionary idea to replace plastic containers with actual bread for us to make it trouble-free to enjoy soups on the go? – That’s when Soupculture gets in the game.
Soupculture’s soups are easy to devour, healthy and tasty at the same time and what’s the most important – cruelty free for our environment.
So next time craving for vigorous treat or thrilling fast food check Soupculture’s weekly menu and enjoy soup without hustle.