Will "soggy" only be used when a food item is wet that liquid is dripping from it or can it be used when it loses its crunch due to moisture?
Like chips kept in open catch moisture and lose their crunch. So can it be :
It has gone soggy.
It has gone moist.
What will be a natural way to describe that?
What about a cookie kept in open? Does it "go soggy" Or does it "go moist"?
In my country we have "Parathas" (Stuffed flatbread), which catches moisture and goes kind of moist? (Can it be called "soggy"?)