How do you remedy putting too much thyme in soup?

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If too much thyme is put in soup possibly it can be pulled out with a small strainer if the mistake is caught quickly enough. If not, try replacing the prepared broth with some chicken or vegetable broth. If that still doesn't work, try adding starchy vegetables such as potatoes, carrots (carrot juice is sweet and will help to offset the strong thyme flavor), rice, noodles, and/or celery. Hopefully, this will solve the problem of too much thyme.
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