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Simple Duck Egg Soup

Free and Friendly Foods Duck Egg Soup

This was something I dreamed about making for a while, especially after finding duck eggs from a place that didn’t use corn in their feed. In the end, I couldn’t tolerate eating the soup, and gave most to the kids. However, I felt quite accomplished that I had the opportunity to try to make myself something foodie-like. If you’re use to very flavorful soups, you will have to add in things you like. This was made with items that were safe for me, which is a huge victory, but limited.

Allergy Status: Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Peanut Free, Soy Free, Corn Free, Yeast Free, Refined/Cane Sugar Free, Vegetarian, Onion & Garlic Free
For Corn Free: Source safe ingredients, especially the eggs. Ours were from a very special farm.

Ingredients:
4 cups Water
2 heaping forks Ozuke Kale & Collards Kimchi (or a fermented vegetable/kimchi that you like)
5 ounces Organic Frozen Peas
1 tsp Celtic Sea Salt
2 Organic Duck Eggs

For a very flavorful soup, start with water, the fermented vegetables, fresh vegetables if you’d like that addition, and any extra seasonings.

For the simple version, start by boiling 3 cups of the water. Once it’s reached a boil, add your noodles. The instructions on this package suggests 8 minutes of cooking. After 3 minutes, add your duck eggs. As the boil continues, your water will get lower. When there’s 2 minutes left, add the last cup of water. Our induction stove top returned to a boil very quickly, so if yours doesn’t, you may need to add a little extra time. That’s it. Easy! Serve and enjoy.
Free and Friendly Foods Duck Egg Soup

Free and Friendly Foods Duck Egg Soup

Free and Friendly Foods Duck Egg Soup

Free and Friendly Foods Duck Egg Soup

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