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Make-Ahead Mushroom Tomato Bread Soup
Notes: The bread in this soup is not to meant to stand out crouton-like; it should melt into the background, lending subtle, smooth texture and soaking up flavor. Any bread will do—whole wheat, baguette, semolina—but try to use a crust loaf rather than the mushy, pre-sliced kind from the store. The soup may thicken overnight, so err on the soupy side with your additions of chicken stock to overcompensate for reheating the next day. Don't be shy with the cinnamon! The amount given is so it stands up to the hearty, bold flavor of the tomato.
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