The history of soups goes back to the history of culinary arts itself. It is believed that the first bowl of soup was prepared around 20,000 BC. It is assumed that early people began cooking broths as soon as they discovered making mud vessels or clay pots. Some historical documents state that soups had become part of the regular menu in many civilizations from 6000 BC onwards.
Being time passed, different types of spices, aromatics, and ingredients has granted an unique flavors and aromas to the soup. Soups were once considered a humble dish that was mostly eaten by patients and poor people, but now it is a supreme dish that kick starts a royal buffet.
Humans begins to consume cooked food after the discovery of pottery and vessels. Before that, they used to consumed raw meat and then began roasting it over the fire. They began cooking paste-like foods after mud vessels and clay pots became parts of their life.
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