It's time for lunch, and I want to eat my favorite Regresso™ Chicken Noodle Soup. Ideally, I would pour all the soup from the can to my bowl, microwave the bowl, then eat the soup. Unfortunately, there's more soup than will fit in the bowl: the bowl will only hold 60% of the soup's total volume. I'm unbelievably lazy, so I refuse to wash more than one bowl.
With this information, I came up with a brilliant idea: pour half of the soup in the bowl, microwave the bowl, eat the soup, and then do the same with the other half of the soup. But there's one problem: Whenever I pour soup, all the liquid comes out before any of the chicken/noodles. And I don't want to eat one bowl of broth and a separate bowl of chicken/noodles without the soup! I want my bowl to contain 50% chicken/noodle and 50% liquid, just how it comes.
So how can I have my soup and eat it too?
Summary of requirements:
- I'm very hungry, so I must eat all of the soup.
- Before I even think about putting any soup in my mouth, it better be right out of the microwave in the bowl, 50% chicken/noodle, and 50% liquid.
- I cannot use anything other than the can, bowl, microwave, and my mouth. (No second bowl, no filter, not even a spoon)
- I better not overflow the bowl, or otherwise spill any soup.