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Duck Blood Soup

In our country its normal to eating soup but in Vietnam they eat duck blood without cook it. They just coolect the blood, add ginger or peanut and vegetable only.  It will serve in only 15 minutes. They think, tah the duck blood can boost their energy.. Enjoy it!



Photos by: loupiote.com

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