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Comments on Wandering Chopsticks: Vietnamese Food, Recipes, and More: Chao Hot Vit Bac/Bach Thao (Vietnamese Rice Porridge with Preserved/Century/Thousand-year Duck Egg)





Updated: 2017-12-14T07:06:26.451-08:00

 



Russell, You're welcome!

2012-04-04T11:44:46.216-07:00

Russell,
You're welcome!



Came lOoking for chao vit and it turned out great!...

2012-02-19T16:01:10.501-08:00

Came lOoking for chao vit and it turned out great! Thanks!



Nikki,OK, but if your friend gets sick, don't blam...

2007-11-30T17:18:00.000-08:00

Nikki,
OK, but if your friend gets sick, don't blame it on me! :P



Great. I'll pass along some storing notes for my f...

2007-11-28T11:27:00.000-08:00

Great. I'll pass along some storing notes for my friend. Thanks!



Nikki,I think I read somewhere that they last up t...

2007-11-28T06:08:00.000-08:00

Nikki,
I think I read somewhere that they last up to 6 months in the fridge. I've actually kept mine out in the pantry for that long and had no problems. After all, they are already rotted ie preserved aren't they? :)



Have you come across any information about how lon...

2007-11-26T15:23:00.000-08:00

Have you come across any information about how long these keep? And the best way to store them? I'm about to ship a friend a few boxes (various brands to test out) and she may not get to eat them all anytime soon. My mom refrigerates them and so do I, but not usually more than a couple of weeks.



Daphne,Well, sometimes I think VNese and Chinese s...

2007-11-20T11:03:00.000-08:00

Daphne,
Well, sometimes I think VNese and Chinese style are the same. :P 6 preserved eggs cost me $1.29. How much are they in Australia?

Jaded,
Hehe, carcass. Good for soups but saying that always turns people off. :)

Marvin,
Hmm. I wonder if the similarities between VNese and Filipino food are really Chinese similarities? *Gasp* Nah. Must be other things.




preserved eggs! i see them at weddings on them col...

2007-11-16T10:12:00.000-08:00

preserved eggs! i see them at weddings on them cold plates. :D heehehe i'm not alone! i don't like these critters either. maybe it's the name? or the color?



i never had the guts to try C-eggs...im scared...b...

2007-11-16T01:51:00.000-08:00

i never had the guts to try C-eggs...im scared...but i will definitely try the rice porridge i will just replace the C-eggs with hardboiled eggs :-)



I'm not a big fan of egg, but I love rice porridge...

2007-11-12T21:00:00.000-08:00

I'm not a big fan of egg, but I love rice porridge



preserved eggs always taste like salted jelly to m...

2007-11-12T13:38:00.000-08:00

preserved eggs always taste like salted jelly to me. My mum is a big fan though, she said congee with preserved eggs have healing power. Anyway, I have just tagged you in a 8 random things meme so if you're not bored with writing meme then I'd love to see your 8 random things.



Mmm preserved eggs. I like to use leftover turkey...

2007-11-11T21:53:00.000-08:00

Mmm preserved eggs. I like to use leftover turkey bones and preserved quail eggs to make chao. Thank goodness T'giving is around the corner!



I'm not a fan of century egg but am definitely a f...

2007-11-11T18:55:00.000-08:00

I'm not a fan of century egg but am definitely a fan of congee :)



I love this congee too, and now I know what you di...

2007-11-08T22:39:00.000-08:00

I love this congee too, and now I know what you did with that duck carcass. ;)



Mmmm century eggs, I love them -- for all of first...

2007-11-08T16:51:00.000-08:00

Mmmm century eggs, I love them -- for all of first 5 bites/nibbles (about quarter of an egg) then I get sick of them. Wonder if it's just me....



Oh I love this stuff! There was a Chinese restaur...

2007-11-08T09:26:00.000-08:00

Oh I love this stuff! There was a Chinese restaurant close to work that made a pork version - very good and very tasty. Then they went out of business :-(



I love this dish! Reminds me of the porridge I gre...

2007-11-08T02:01:00.000-08:00

I love this dish! Reminds me of the porridge I grew up on. And, for some perverse Chinese reason, I had been told when I was young, by some stranger, that century eggs (that's what we call preserved duck eggs in Mandarin) were actually preserved in horse piss. I always knew that wasn't true... or was it?



I love this dish, although it is not as popular in...

2007-11-07T13:54:00.000-08:00

I love this dish, although it is not as popular in the North as in the South!



OH MY GOD. I'm sitting here eating my bowl of porr...

2007-11-07T10:39:00.000-08:00

OH MY GOD.
I'm sitting here eating my bowl of porridge with the duck eggs. and I come to your blog and see exactly what I'm eating!!!

I can't tell you how many times we've cooked the same dish at the same time.

freaky!!!!



Ahh Dub C, another dish that the Vietnamese and Fi...

2007-11-07T09:13:00.000-08:00

Ahh Dub C, another dish that the Vietnamese and Filipinos have in common. Ours is called Arroz Caldo, which is spanish, but I'm sure the dish itself also has some chinese influence. Yours looks wonderful with the duck stock and preserved eggs.



God WC! That porridge looks so thick and creamy. I...

2007-11-07T08:17:00.000-08:00

God WC! That porridge looks so thick and creamy. I could really go for a bowl of that right now. I made something similar with a roasted chicken carcass, but it didn't come out nearly as thick as yours.



oh..i didnt know it is a viet style! Regardless, I...

2007-11-06T23:53:00.000-08:00

oh..i didnt know it is a viet style! Regardless, I think preserved duck eggs are perfect for porridge. I make this when the prices of the eggs are not that expensive here..