Beef soup will last in the fridge for around 4 days before it goes bad.
If you want to keep the beef soup longer than 4 days you can and should freeze the beef soup instead.
When frozen the frozen beef soup will last for up to a year although it's best to eat the frozen beef soup within 6 months of freezing it.
The longer the beef soup remains in the freezer the less tasty it becomes but it will remain safe to eat.
Good ways to add flavor to your beef soup are.
Add herbs and spices. Herbs and spices add aroma, flavor, and intensity to soup broth.
Add acidic ingredients.
Pack in umami flavor.
Roast the ingredients first.
Let it evaporate and cook longer.
Skim excess fat.
The best cuts of meat to use for any soup would be chuck roast or sirloin steak.
They always result in tender juicy meat when cooked in soups.
Chuck roast can be a bit tough to cook and needs time to get it tender so it is best to use it when you are using a slow cooker to cook your beef soup recipe.