Cup-a-soup intake results in a dry mouth shocker. Why?

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  • Cup-a-soup intake results in a dry mouth shocker. Why?
  • Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    Your mind thinks you’re drinking.
    You’re actually eating.

    And salt. 😀

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    The 80% salt content I expect

    camo16
    Member

    Ah, salt!

    It’s also got such delicious ingredients as Disodium Dishosphate, Maltodextrin and Mono- and Di-glycerides of Fatty Acids.

    Bad choice? 🙁

    slackalice
    Member

    There are better….

    Not that I can think of any at the moment as I’m continuing to chuckle after reading up on olive oil as an aural remedy 🙂

    camo16
    Member

    Better how, slackalice? Cup-a-soups that actually use proper ingredients?

    This is Ainsley, I’ll have you know. 🙂

    camo16
    Member

    As above, really.

    Well blended cup-a-soup (Ainley’s Wild Mushroom, to be exact). Now I’ve slurped its wet mushroomy goodness my mouth’s damn dry.

    What despicable science is behind my dry mouth?

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