Egg Drop Soup (For Spring)

April 20, 2018
Egg Drop Soup (For Spring) - This Spring-time version is a comforting riff on the classic. It's just the thing when you want something quick on a weeknight, without a lot of effort

Saturday Trivia!

What organ in your body is a rebel against authority? The only one that can get things done without being bossed around by the brain?

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The Gut

Yep, it acts as its own brain and doesn't wait for anyone to tell it to do its digestion work. No other organ, not even our heart, can pull that off

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Today, a continuation of a short series about SIBO

Part I covered what SIBO is and highlighted the amazing set of janitors that work overtime to keep our small intestines neat and tidy. They have a big job!

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Primary Symptoms of SIBO

While SIBO has a number of symptoms that overlap with other conditions, there are certainly some that are big red flags

Do you bloat or experience some level of GI discomfort after eating foods with sugar, fiber, starches, prebiotics/probiotics, fiber supplements, fructans, or galactans?

Do you have loose stools?

Are you often constipated  (defined as one or less bowel movements every day)

Do you go back and forth between #2 and #3?

Do you experience belching, heartburn/acid reflux/GERD, or abdominal pain/cramping and nausea?

Are you carbohydrate sensitive or intolerant?

Photo Credit – NPR – Morning Edition – Gut Bacteria Might Guide the Workings of Our Minds

Secondary Symptoms

It's amazing how, when something is off in our gut, the effects are felt throughout our entire body. Other symptoms to keep an eye out for ..

Brain fog – Because of the gut/brain connection, people who are dealing with SIBO are also experiencing some level of brain fog. Why? The gut and the brain are far more connected than we think and work together in the most beautiful of partnerships.

Did you know? 90%(!) of our brain's output heads down the vagus nerve (through the spinal column) and into the gut's nervous system tissue, before coming right back up. When there's a gut problem, there's a brain problem. When there's a brain problem, there's a gut problem.

Increased food sensitivities

Increased allergies

Fatigue and headaches – It's very common that people with SIBO are dealing with fatigue. Even chronic fatigue if they've had SIBO for quite some time. In part because vitamin B12 is a common deficiency associated with SIBO, and B12 plays a significant role in our body's energy production

Leaky Gut

Joint pain – There are inflammatory receptors throughout our bodies. Therefore, when there's inflammation in the gut, it can lead to an inflammatory state in the entire body. Which, in turn, will lead to a whole host of aches and pains .. especially for people who are dealing with this chronically

If not dealt with, the inflammation can even lead to an autoimmune disease

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Malabsorption problems and nutrient deficiencies – Fat-soluble vitamins are of special concern, especially any of the B vitamins, including vitamin B12, folate, B6, and even iron

Readers of The Veggies know how to feed ourselves well. We know it's best to focus on good quality organic foods, grass-fed protein sources, organic fruits, and veggies. But if our blood tests show a different story, one of being malnourished, SIBO could be a bigger cause to consider

Iron deficiency anemia – A special note about iron. If someone is deficient in iron, this is really a deal breaker as far as health is concerned. Until it's dealt with, it will be next to impossible to restore balance to the body

Typically, when an iron deficiency is recognized, people are given an iron supplement, and it makes a lot of sense, if you think about it. The problem is that taking a supplement really isn't going to do much if they have SIBO or some other underlying factor that's inhibiting their body's ability to absorb and assimilate the iron

Egg Drop Soup (For Spring) - This Spring-time version is a comforting riff on the classic. It's just the thing when you want something quick on a weeknight, without a lot of effortEgg Drop Soup (For Spring) - This Spring-time version is a comforting riff on the classic. It's just the thing when you want something quick on a weeknight, without a lot of effort

SIBO's ties to other conditions

It's found in

9.3% of people with Celiac

66% of people who have Celiac with persistent symptoms

53% of people who regularly use antacids

78% of people diagnosed with IBS

33% of people with chronic diarrhea

34% of people with pancreatitis

15% of the elderly population

90% of alcoholics

At this point you might be asking yourself, why in the world would it develop? What can you do to prevent it?

( to be continued .. )

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During this series, I'll be featuring recipes that follow the low FODMAP diet, which is often recommended to someone recovering from SIBO

A simple soup I've had on repeat as of late. Nothing fancy, just chicken bone broth and eggs, with a spring twist.

It's so easy to make that it really is the sort of thing you can summon the will to cook, even on busy weeknights. I started making regular egg drop soup this past winter when I wasn't feeling well. Nostalgia for a soup my husband and I always pick up for each other when we're under the weather

In this version, parmesan and eggs are whisked together and poured into the bubbling broth. It may seem ordinary, but I chose it precisely because it is so simple and so good. Elevated for Spring with peas and radishes

The result is phenomenal

Enjoy!

xoxo

ps:  An announcement: For those readers who subscribe to be emailed when there is a new post, I've had a snaphoo! I switched hosting companies in early March and didn't realize my emails were MIA. Hopefully, all is fixed up, and here are links to the posts you may have missed:  Things I've Eaten a Million Times, Artisan Mustard, A Carrot Cake Family Traditions Are Made Of, Pretty Incredible Fritters, Loose Meat Sandwiches

pps: This is Part II in a short series about SIBO. Parts I, III, IV, and V can be found .. herehere, here, and here

References used for this series can be found here

(Gut Trivia – via Mental Floss)

~ Adapted from Gourmet | February 2002

5.0 from 40 reviews
Egg Drop Soup (For Spring)
 
Author:
Serves: 4 Servings
Ingredients
  • 4 cups chicken bone broth, or chicken stock (low sodium)
  • 1 tsp soy sauce
  • 2 Tbsp Sherry
  • 1 (2-inch) piece fresh ginger, minced
  • 1 garlic clove, smashed
  • 2 tsp cornstarch (or arrowroot powder)
  • 1 cup frozen peas
  • ½ cup frozen carrots
  • 2 large eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1-2 oz grated parmesan cheese + more for serving
  • 1 to 2 scallions, thinly sliced + more for garnish
  • 1 tsp Asian sesame oil, or to taste
  • 4 small radishes, thinly sliced
Instructions
  1. Cornstarch Slurry
  2. Reserve ½ cup of the stock and mix with the cornstarch until dissolved

  3. Soup
  4. In a 2-quart heavy saucepan, add the stock, soy sauce, Sherry, ginger, and garlic.
  5. Bring to a low boil
  6. Add the cornstarch slurry and stir
  7. Reduce heat to a simmer
  8. Remove ginger and garlic with a slotted spoon and discard. (optional, I like to leave them in)
  9. Stir in the frozen peas and carrots before returning to a simmer
  10. Crack eggs into a medium-size bowl and beat lightly with a wire whisk. Now whisk the Parmesan cheese into the eggs
  11. To avoid clumps that make the soup seem more like failed scrambled eggs than a delicate broth, pour the egg mixture into the hot stock in a really thin stream, stirring the soup in a clockwise direction with a wooden spoon. The eggs will spread out into pretty ribbons.
  12. Promptly pull the pot off the heat when finished
  13. Portion soup into bowls and top with additional scallions, radishes, and an extra sprinkle or two of grated parmesan
Notes
- If cooking gluten-free, use gluten-free stock and gluten-free soy sauce
- Ginger is what makes the soup hot and spicy. Dial it down by half if you'd like something on the milder side
- If you're following a low FODMAP diet, a few considerations
1. The green part of the scallion is considered low FODMAP, the white part is high
2. The original recipe calls for Sherry, which is wonderful (and high FODMAP), rice wine vinegar is a great low FODMAP substitute
3. Leave the peas out for a low FODMAP soup, or substitute snow peas
Nutrition Information
Serving size: ¼ Total Recipe Calories: 157 Fat: 6 g Carbohydrates: 13 g Sugar: 3 g Fiber: 2 g Protein: 13 g

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70 Comments

  • Reply eliza April 21, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    Very informative, I was not really aware of SIBO until now with details that you provided. Great facts and recipe too. I love soup and I won’t hesitate to have one in any meal.

  • Reply robin rue April 23, 2018 at 4:27 am

    I’ve seen egg drop soup on the menu in Asian restaurants for years, but judged it based on the name without really knowing what it was. Now that I do, it sounds delicious and I have to try some.

  • Reply Dalene April 23, 2018 at 5:30 am

    I hadn’t known of SIBO until I read it symptoms and I can tell that I might be a victim now that I get too much heart burns at times..especially after taking bean recipes. But I’m glad that I’ve seen this as soon. The egg soup is not a hard recipe to prepare the next time I’m feeling those heart burns. I’m definitely pinning this!

  • Reply Alli Smith April 23, 2018 at 5:32 am

    I knew nothing about SIBO until I read your posts. I have experienced GERD at times lately so I’ve been watching what I eat. I definitely need to try your egg drop soup recipe. It looks delicious.

  • Reply candy April 23, 2018 at 6:40 am

    More and more people are complaining about gut problems. I didn’t know the name was SIBO. Think just about everyone would have some problems in this area. I blame it on the processed foods we eat.

  • Reply Marysa April 23, 2018 at 7:04 am

    I’ve never had a soup like this, and I like the contrast between the ingredients and the fresh radishes and scallions. I have never heard of SIBO, but it sounds a lot like IBS or other issues, I’m sure all of which are tied together in response to certain foods.

  • Reply Amber Myers April 23, 2018 at 7:13 am

    I haven’t heard much about SIBO. As far as I know, I don’t have issues, but who knows down the line?

    This is my kind of soup. I’ve always enjoyed an egg drop soup. Yours looks better than anything you can get in a Chinese restaurant.

  • Reply Tomi c April 23, 2018 at 8:23 am

    I’ve never heard of SIBO before. I have family and friends who suffer from Crohn’s Disease and IBS and the discomfort so I wonder if it’s in the same family of illnesses. I’m not a fan of egg drop soup but my husband loves the stuff. I may just have to make your recipe for him.

  • Reply valmg @ Mom Knows It All April 23, 2018 at 8:32 am

    I’m not familiar with SIBO. I know digestive issues can be challenging, my youngest has Celiac disease. I’ve never seen egg drop soup that looked like that, yours is much prettier than what I’ve seen.

  • Reply Melissa Chapman April 23, 2018 at 8:48 am

    I am lucky I don’t have any of the hallmarks of SIBO but i know so many who do and need to know about this. My son loves egg drop soup and I will try and make it for him at home. I love the special touches you give it.

  • Reply Felicita Moncada April 23, 2018 at 9:45 am

    Wow, I had no idea what SIBO was! Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I always get the egg drop soup in the Chinese restaurants before my meal. It tastes so good! I can’t wait to try to make it at home!

  • Reply Jenn April 23, 2018 at 9:54 am

    For years i had issues with bloat and other tummy trouble. I have been avoiding dairy and eating healthier over the past six months and now I feel great.

  • Reply Tasheena April 23, 2018 at 10:45 am

    This is great information to know. This recipe looks delicious and savory. Can’t wait to give it a try.

  • Reply Sayanti | bingeonbasics.com April 23, 2018 at 10:56 am

    This is a very informative article and I had no idea about SIBO until now. Though I am very bad with all these chemical and biological combinations, I could understand a little because you explained it so well. As far as the recipe is concerned, I will definitely give it a try.

  • Reply MELANIE EDJOURIAN April 23, 2018 at 11:12 am

    I don’t think I’ve ever had SIBO myself, not something I’ve heard about but it’s great to be aware of what ca be eaten by those recovering from it. The soup sounds interesting and similar to the chicken and sweetcorn soup I get from the Chinese restaurant.

  • Reply Lisa April 23, 2018 at 11:19 am

    I have never heard of SIBO before I read this. Very informative. And that soup looks yummy. `

  • Reply Melanie April 23, 2018 at 1:18 pm

    My husband and I did Whole30 a few years ago, and I couldn’t believe how much better I felt! The gut really does play a key part in our well being. We have watched our diet since then, and it has been helpful.

  • Reply Akamatra April 23, 2018 at 1:52 pm

    I am confident that you will pull through this “set back” with flying colors. You are a person that can take an obstacle and turn it into a coffee table. I mean look what you did with SIBO, this post is practically genius!

  • Reply Sarah Bailey April 23, 2018 at 2:38 pm

    I have to admit I’ve never heard of SIBO’s before, but WOW how common is it in some groups of people. I may have to look into it more.

  • Reply chubskulit rose April 23, 2018 at 2:47 pm

    We love egg drop soup at home. I didn’t know that you can put cheese in it. I would try that next time I make some.

  • Reply Kaitlyn April 23, 2018 at 2:52 pm

    Egg drop soup is one of my favorite soups. I love seaweed tofu egg drop soup with a chicken broth base. So good! I’ll give your recipe a try tonight as I have all the ingredients on hand. 🙂

  • Reply Komal April 23, 2018 at 4:18 pm

    I love how you are education with us with SIBO- this recipe sounds delicious and easy to make!

  • Reply What Corinne Did April 23, 2018 at 5:10 pm

    I knew nothing about SIBO before ready this post. I’ll need to have a closer look. Also, this soup is so intriguing. I never had a soup like that before and really want to try the recipe!

  • Reply Reesa Lewandowski April 23, 2018 at 6:27 pm

    Interesting, I really enjoyed reading about SIBO. This soup sounds delicious! I would love to try it!

  • Reply Gladys parker April 23, 2018 at 7:17 pm

    Wow, now this SIBO sounds even more like what my son has. I am going to try looking more up and ask his doctor. He is chronologically 35 but does not communicate for his age. He has the constipation, diarrhea sometimes, gird like symptoms that his internal doctor gives him 2 pills a day for. He also constantly has side pain, chest pain and sometimes pain in weird places.

  • Reply Joely Smith April 23, 2018 at 8:39 pm

    Wow what a great article! My daughter deals with a lot of these issues so I am sending the link to her! I did not know of SIBO but I did know of leaky gut and other health issues you listed.
    And here I thought I came for the egg drop soup!
    My mother loves this soup and I can’t wait to make her your recipe!

  • Reply Nadalie Bardo April 23, 2018 at 8:47 pm

    This soup recipe looks incredible, I didn’t expect myself to crave something just by looking at the picture. I have never tried this soup but I definitely want to now. I learned a lot reading through your post, didn’t know SIBO was a thing, I got distracted and googled it further to read up on it.

  • Reply Karen Morse April 23, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    It pays to understand more of this because gut health is really important. It can affect our whole being without us even knowing it. These are symptoms that we should be taking note of in case because SIBO is not something you’d easily think of as a cause.

  • Reply Censie Sawyer April 23, 2018 at 9:30 pm

    Oh we have had our fair share of gut issues in our house. Seems like an ongoing battle. Not fun. I have never tried Egg Drop Soup – usually if we go out for Chinese food I get wonton soup. After reading this recipe I am excited to try it now.

  • Reply Adriana April 23, 2018 at 9:54 pm

    Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of research on gut health so I have to add this recipe to my list of things to make

  • Reply Angela Ricardo April 23, 2018 at 10:13 pm

    I only started thinking about gut health after my husband’s mom passed away from cancer. It is very important to pay attention to what we eat. This recipe is definitely something I am interested in trying and hopefully my husband will like it.

  • Reply Ricci April 23, 2018 at 10:21 pm

    I LOVE Egg Drop Soup but have never made it before!! I need to try this for myself! YUM!

  • Reply Sara Welch April 23, 2018 at 11:02 pm

    I have a friend who would really love to read this. She has a lot of these gut problems. Also, the soup looks delicious!

  • Reply Kita Bryant April 23, 2018 at 11:05 pm

    I sometimes have a lot of these conditions. I wonder if I should be checked out for SIBO!

  • Reply Heather Stone April 23, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    I work in EMS and we see a lot of patients who often present with these systems and we must never forget to ask about the “gut” it does play such a huge role in our everyday function. We have had patients call saying all they felt was just an awful feeling of being “full” but them being so tuned into their own body is what saved him. I do love your blog post and recipes, you not only offer a recipe (which is gut healthy and sounds yummy) but explain why it is so important for us to pay attention to signs we may be experiencing.

  • Reply Codrut Turcanu April 24, 2018 at 5:50 am

    I never heard abut SIBO, until now. Thanks for pointing this out and its symptoms… take care!

  • Reply Iya - Louisa April 24, 2018 at 5:53 am

    When I read this I was a little concerned but after reading this post it just sounds so delicious! Yet another great recipe

  • Reply Zina April 24, 2018 at 6:43 am

    To be honest I did not have any idea about SIBO and your post was right on time to awake me! Thank you for all the information provided… it seems I have reading to do! And about your recipe? I am huge fan of soups (and not only during Winter) so I will definately give it a try

  • Reply Elle April 24, 2018 at 7:55 am

    This was the first time I’ve heard of SIBO. When you stated that “Fatigue and headaches – It’s very common that people with SIBO are dealing with fatigue. ” It made me think that many people are probably suffering from this but are unaware of it by name. The vitamins that you mentioned are very important and the overall post was informative.

  • Reply Shelley King April 24, 2018 at 7:59 am

    I had never heard of SIBO but I have a lot of the symptoms. I am very aware now it is something I need to look more in to. I can relate to brain fog and fatigue. I just push through thinking I’m exhausted from a busy schedule but with the other symptoms I need to look more at this. The egg drop soup looks amazing. I love egg drop soup so I’m sure to make this one.

  • Reply Shruti April 24, 2018 at 8:07 am

    I love how you combine your information on SIBO every time with a useful relative recipe. “he Gut can’t be bossed” is such an interesting perspective! Never thought about it before. I love my broth and am gonna make it right away. Thanks for this yum soup and information on SIBO.

  • Reply fashionandstylepolice April 24, 2018 at 8:43 am

    Good you shared the primary and secondary symptoms of SIBO. I didn’t know any of these until now. I love the sound of this Egg Drop Soup recipe. It would be great to try it this spring.

  • Reply Elizabeth O April 24, 2018 at 8:45 am

    This was such an informative post, I didn’t know much about SIBO before reading your posts but it sounds like it can cause so much hassle. Your soup recipe looks and sounds really delicious, definitely one to try in the spring!

  • Reply Inbar Shahak April 24, 2018 at 11:09 am

    I really need to take a closer look at your post, I had to translate some to Hebrew as I found this topic so interesting, I’m very much into the connection between our food and possible disease and the possible way to eat more healthy and protect our body with healthy ingredient of food, thank you

  • Reply London Mumma April 24, 2018 at 12:02 pm

    Oh my gosh to think our guts has its own brain, but when you think about it, you are very right. Takes a long time for our brain to catch up to our gut, if that was the case and it could, we would be able to control indigestion.

  • Reply Karlyn Cruz April 24, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    Ooh! The gut is the brain teaser! lol! But yes, you are absolutely right. A lot of illnesses can start there!
    Yum to this super delicious egg drop soup!

  • Reply Our Family World April 24, 2018 at 2:09 pm

    Thank you for raising awareness. I did not know that issues with the brain can also cause issues with the gut. We really must listen to what our bodies are telling us before things get worse inside.

  • Reply Jennifer Prince April 24, 2018 at 3:09 pm

    I’ve never tried this – to eat or to make. But it looks so healthy and delicious. I’ll have to test out making it at home sometime! 🙂

  • Reply Roch April 24, 2018 at 6:48 pm

    Based on the symptoms, I think my mom has SIBO. My husband has gluten sensitivities so he’s decided he’s going for the ketogenic diet. So far, it’s working out well for him. At home, we stay away from cooking food with carbs.

  • Reply Ana De-Jesus April 24, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    I have some stomach issues like IBS and an acid reflux which does mean that I have sensitivities to some foods, so it is possible that I do have some traits of this SIBO syndrome. Especially as I do get brain fog a lot which is not always pleasant, but a good diet of spring time eggs sounds like a good remedy. I do have a few eggs to spare as well so I might try and rustle up some bits to create a veggie version of your ‘egg drop soup!

  • Reply Donna Ward April 24, 2018 at 7:29 pm

    It’s amazing how are diets can effect us. Diets effect our mood, our stamina and even our long term health. It’s good to know what SIBO is. I’ll haft to get some further research on the subject. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

  • Reply Heather April 24, 2018 at 7:54 pm

    This looks wonderful. My oldest daughter has a very sensitive stomach and I bet this would be great for her. I’m all for a new recipe that’s good for us and easy to prepare. We order Chinese often but my oldest daughter only eats the soup – I’m sure she will love this new recipe in our home!

  • Reply AnnMarie John April 25, 2018 at 6:01 am

    These symptoms are going to help loads of people figure out if there’s anything wrong with their bodies. Our gut has a brain of its own without a doubt and that’s why we have to take good care of it. Love the informative series that you’re sharing with us continuously.

  • Reply Michele Dennis April 25, 2018 at 12:56 pm

    Thank you for this very informative post on SIBO. Although I don’t have full blown Celiac I do have NCGS, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity and had to go gluten free almost two years ago. So I’m always on the hunt for gluten free recipes. I love Egg Drop Soup and I love all the extra spring inspired ingredients added to this soup. I’m looking forward to trying this one out!🌞

  • Reply Evelyn April 25, 2018 at 3:38 pm

    When I saw the title of this post about egg drop soup I did not expect to see the symptoms of SIBO. There os a lot of information here that I will re-read over and over again. Thank you for this great info and yummy recipe!

  • Reply Surekha April 26, 2018 at 8:01 am

    I didn’t know about SIBO until now. Thank you for enlighting me and also the fact that gut acts as its brain. I have always hesistant the eye drop soup in Chinese resturnats for some reason. This recipe sounds yummy. I need to give it a try

  • Reply Mira April 26, 2018 at 8:23 am

    Wow, what a great article. I guess since we have no allergies in our household, I didn’t know much about SIBO. I love soups and radishes 🙂 so this is definitely a recipe I’m going to save and try out in the near future.

  • Reply Ann Snook-Moreau April 27, 2018 at 2:38 pm

    I’ve never tried to make egg drop soup myself but it sounds like a nice change from plain old chicken noodle when you aren’t feeling good. As someone with a very unpredictable digestive system (sometimes works great, sometimes is super picky), I will have to try your FODMAP recipes.

  • Reply Laura Dove April 27, 2018 at 3:37 pm

    Wow this was literally like somebody wrote down all of my symptoms and issues! I definitely feel that this is something I need to try, I am off to google FODMAP recipes and am saving this as a favourite! Thank you!

  • Reply Jhilmil Bhansali April 28, 2018 at 12:32 am

    I was indeed aware about SIBO and heart burns, but not at all how these simple recipes as Egg drop soup can be beneficial when you have one. My sis was last night suffering and I’m sure I need to pass your recipe’s for SIBO series to her , to help her out. Thanks Alison:)

  • Reply Nayna Kanabar April 29, 2018 at 4:12 pm

    I found reading about SIBO very interesting ad my knowledge about it was limited, following your posts to know more. The soup looks great simplicity at its best.

  • Reply Milena April 30, 2018 at 3:07 pm

    When I clicked I thought I was just getting a recipe, not a science lesson! I found this fascinating! We have chickens so, I’m always looking for new things to make with eggs at home!Thanks for both!

  • Reply Cristina Coroiu May 4, 2018 at 1:03 am

    I have to try this. It looks so delish. I have to buy some of the ingredients though.

  • Reply Mayuri Saxena May 4, 2018 at 6:41 am

    I am loving SIBO series as these recipes not only look delicious but are healthy too. I am going to try this recipe but I am only concerned about the dropping of egg mixture in the soup. Can I just turn off the heat and then pour it in the soup or the soup should be on the low flame?

  • Reply Sam May 4, 2018 at 9:47 pm

    My hubby is Chinese so we love and eat lots of egg drop soup! Yours looks delicious!! I also had knew nothing about SIBO so thanks for teaching me something new! 🙂

  • Reply Heidi May 4, 2018 at 10:35 pm

    Egg drop soup is one of my favorites when we eat Chinese. I don’t know why I never thought to make it at home. Thanks for the recipe!

  • Reply Brian Cicioni May 6, 2018 at 11:01 am

    Hi Alison. Never heard of SIBO before reading this. Just bought sesame oil for the first time. I’ve always been told that Japanese sesame oil is the highest in quality. Hope to use it soon.

  • Reply kim May 8, 2018 at 5:00 pm

    What a yummy soup and this looks so perfect for spring! Can’t wait to give it a try!

  • Reply Debbie Graham May 18, 2018 at 4:41 am

    Hi! Very interesting indeed! My sister has been suffering from gut problems for years. It started with belching a lot, then sensitivity to foods, pain etc. She has never mentioned SIBO. I will send her this! Thank you!

  • Reply David Allen Elliott May 18, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    It’s interesting to hear that the gut is it’s own rebel. I wonder whether when we intuitively knew this when we came up with phrases like I had a gut feeling about this. Or something like that anyway. As for the egg drop soup, it’s always one of my favorites to have at a restaurant. I will have to try this out. Looks yummy.

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