1. Get your can of soup. 2. Read the label to see what kind of liquid it requires. It will either be water or milk or half and half. Few soups call for only milk now. Even cream soups. This is wrong. Most soups that ask for half a can of milk need a whole can of milk and no water. If you're making a cream soup or tomato soup use a full can of milk. For all others use a can of water. 3. Get a large microwavable bowl. Maybe a Tupperware one if you have it but any large microwavable bowl will do. 4. Shake your can of soup. 5. Open the can of soup. 6. Empty condensed soup into the bowl. Get out the stuff that sticks inside the can with a spoon. 7. Fill can halfway with whatever liquid you are using. Shake it a bit to dislodge any condensed soup bits that might be still sticking inside. 8. Fill the can the rest of the way. Empty it into the bowl and throw away the can. 9. Get a metal whisk. 10. Beat soup vigorously, like scrambled eggs. Don't worry about spilling soup. Beating it is more important. 11. Put the soup in your microwave. 12. Microwave for three minutes. 13. Remove from microwave and beat vigorously again. 14. Put a spoon in your back pocket and carry your soup to the floor in front of your television. 15. Get comfortable. I suggest sitting cross legged. 16. Find a good television program to watch while eating your soup. 17. Enjoy.