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The crown jewel in a bowl of ramen is undoubtedly its ajitsuke tamago, the runny-yolked, soft-boiled egg that’s marinated in a dashi and soy sauce concoction.

Chicken eggs are usually used for ramen eggs (check out ramen king Keisuke Takeda's recipe to make the eggs here), but what happens if you use a supersized ostrich egg instead? That’s what food vlogger Grubbing with Guber seeks to find out.


On his channel Anything but Authentic, the YouTuber procures an ostrich egg and proceeds to cook it according to a recipe for ramen eggs.

And here’s what went down:

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