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 when does a soup become a stew? or a chowder?

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when does a soup become a stew? or a chowder? Sun, 04/4/04 3:33 AM (permalink)
Is it the amount of ingredients, the thickness of the broth, the meat used, or is it the area of the country you live in? Chowders use a milk base(right?), but what makes a soup?....and what makes a stew?.......and where do beans; navy, pinto, black, etc.
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