What are you saying? That you don’t like my asking a perfectly reasonable question to which I’d like a reasonable answer, criticism by self-appointed censors aside?
Then I shall elaborate. We have often discussed here how to duplicate hard-to-obtain or no-longer-made commercial products. But Campbell’s soup is certainly easy to get and, if you like it, much easier to prepare than making soup from scratch. I’m wondering why anybody would bother to make it from scratch if the objective is to duplicate what comes easily from the can (no criticism for liking what comes from the can implied).
To answer your question, I love Campbell’s, but always thought a good home made soup could even be better,but I have never mastered it. I make a great green pea soup, and black bean and would never buy those in a can, for that reason. So, my pantry will continue to have the soup that I have enjoyed since being a child.