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    Default Is it possible to cook soup this way?

    I have a can of clam chowder but the soup is too much for me to fit in one bowl and I do not have a pot either.

    So can I put the can in boiling water for like twenty minutes and eat it directly from the can?

    I don't know. :c

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    How big of a can can that be

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    Not that big, but big enough to where my bowls are too small for it...

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    524g

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    yeah we do it in boyscouts all the time

    if the clams are raw though that could be a problem, I suggest you cook it extra long, you don't want to get some nasty clam parasite

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    wait what

    uh. what are you boiling the water in if not a pot.

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    a pan

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    why dont you. open the can. pour the soup into the pan. heat it up on the stove.

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    the pan may not have enough space for the amount of soup

    I guess you could argue that one could make it twice by pouring only half in the pan, cooking it, and then eating it, but it is far move simpler to just cook it in the can

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    Quote Originally Posted by God View Post
    wait what

    uh. what are you boiling the water in if not a pot.
    http://www.amazon.com/Proctor-Silex-...ref=pd_sim_k_2

    A pot specifically made for boiling water but not a kettle.

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