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Old 02-12-2009, 05:04 AM   #11
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Just want to chime in and say that your reheated soup will never get above 212 degrees (give or take), F, because it's water-based. As long as the water is boiling, it won't go above that temp. Those carcinogens and what-not are generally formed at much higher temperatures--like when you literally char stuff on a grill. Fear not, your soup won't give you cancer! I'm trying to figure out how pan frying got thrown into the mix. Isn't this a "will my reheated soup kill me" thread?! :)

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