The food safety-minded among us should throw away leftovers after just three to four days.
Wattana Panich in Bangkok claims to have the world’s oldest soup, revealing that his restaurant has been preserving the broth and cooking it for 45 years.
“For 45 years, the broth of our soup has never been thrown away after a day’s cooking,” says Nattapong Kaweenuntawong, who tends his beef noodle soup, called neua tune, with his mother and wife, the site Great Big Story reports.
Kaweenuntawong adds that the 45-year-old broth has “a unique flavor and aroma” thanks to his unconventional cooking method. “We have kept the broth overnight, and then used it to cook the next day’s soup,” he says.
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