I'm beginning to get the feeling that good soup is hard to find in Israel, after this exercise and the exercise asking if soup is water.
Shouldn't 'good' and 'tasty' be interchangeable here?
I agree that 'tasty' should be an option. Good means טוב.
"Good" in Hebrew might not have the same looseness of meaning as it does in English, especially in American culture.
Hamarak shelachen loh taim
Then get your own soup!
. . . It's VERY tasty!
זה לא המרק שלי. החתול משתמש בסיר הזה כמקום להשתין
I wrote "isn't tasty" and it went wrong