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13309099 No.13309099 [Reply] [Original]

Hello.
I am interested in foods that use raw eggs, or foods that use eggs that are only slightly cooked, by the heat of the dish itself or otherwise, etc.
Please post foods that fit this description.

>> No.13309104

>>13309099
>DUUUUUUDE I WANNA EAT RAW EGGS LIKE MY ANIMES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>> No.13309108

>>13309099
carbonara

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13309110

I will do my best to get things started. Steak tartare uses a raw egg.

>> No.13309111

Eggs in hot freshly cooked rice.

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13309125

>>13309108
Yes, carbonara use raw egg.

>>13309104
Indeed, the carbonara can be and often is considered to be the 'italian 'tamago kake gohan' ', as the egg is somewhat cooked by the heat of the grain it is served on.

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13309138

Here is tamago kake gohan. mostly raw egg.

>> No.13309142

>>13309104
Yes.

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