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Nanos10943304dThat helped, I used:
maggi catering pack "lumpy" soup
That finds all of 8 results..
Only one of which mentions lumpy in any vaguely useful like way, saying they too also get lumps..
Oh well, at least we now know how to find what there is out there, even if there isn't an answer !
And we thought google had all the answers to every possible question. :-)
But, I have asked on the Dark Web..
So, maybe they have more answers !
FX [ Checks, finds only 2 replies to his question, waits till later to check for more. ]
bahua13263304dThe reason it's so hard to find things that will naturally have very few results is because providing lots of results, regardless of the user's needs, is how a search engine makes its money. Lots of results equals additional context for advertisement. Lots of results equals greater potential for secondary clickthroughs, which means the search engine can promise traffic and engagement to people whose data is indexed.
It's super shitty.
Midnight-shcode3001304dnope, you need to enclose the word that it can't ignore in quotes.
search for this phrase "without" "ignoring" "these" "words"