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I guess it is because soup is a warming food instead of a drink thatdeals with thirst. Considering what kind of soup you prefer for me, it is either homemade chicken soup or mushroom soup. Also it might be to do with to do with whether we've been taking exercise or sitting still for ages, which also warms up our blood.
Yesterday, we had a Christmas Fair in church. A lady brought in some soup which she had made at home (our church hall is out of action due to a recent arson attack) . It was really warming but it puzzled me - why is soup made half a mile away and brought in a large pan in someone's car more warming than a freshly made cup of tea? Even if we have soup at home in the same size mug we have our tea it warms us up more efficiently than tea!