Sometimes you just have to work with what you've got.
For one man in Hawaii, that meant dousing a fast-moving house fire with miso soup.
Around 5 a.m. Saturday morning, 41-year-old Reuben Prensky woke up at his mother's house on Hawaii Island to the sounds of crackling.
He found a plastic sink in the laundry area on fire. Flames were already reaching the roof.
Prensky ran into the kitchen for some water, but opted for a pot of leftover miso soup instead. He quickly doused the quickly spreading fire with the broth, buying himself enough time to grab the garden hose and put out the fire for good.
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