Gluten free Japanese Arrowroot Egg flower Soup in Clay Pot Bone Broth

Gluten free Japanese Arrowroot Egg flower Soup in Clay Pot Bone Broth

Start out your day for your vibrant energy with this nutrient-dense breakfast makes your halfway of the best day already!

My never compromised egg flower soup in chicken bone broth with Japanese arrowroot flour thatÔÇÖs┬á#glutenfree┬áis full of nutritious ingredients! Made with powerful 3 or 4 ingredientsÔÇö heirloom eggs, bone broth, cilantro and arrowroot flour!

The kudzu plant is sometimes known as Japanese arrowroot (superfood) or pueraria root powder has the effect of rescue and detoxification, which is beneficial to the regulation of endocrine in the human body, and can also help in weight loss. Kudzu root flour should not be confused with arrowroot flour. While both kudzu and arrowroot starches are made by a simple, natural process, Kudzu is far superior in jelling strength, taste, texture, and healing properties. 

kuzu root flour Japanese superfood

Kudzu is used most often as a thickener in food. It serves as a gluten-free, healthier alternative to cornstarch. Kudzu flour is a source of prebiotics, rich in potassium, B-vitamins and iron. Studies have shown it may stimulate immune cells, heal the guts and boost immune function. Arrowroot may have anti-inflammatory properties that helps heal sore mouth. It may also have antibacterial and antifungal properties.The plant helps balance the hormones during the menopause. It eases muscular aches or pains and relieves muscle tension especially in the neck and shoulders. It is helps digestive disorders, as well as colds and flu. It promotes the circulations of "Chi" flow to increases blood flow to the heart and brain preventing heart related diseases and high blood pressure. 

Eating #nutritious foods to maintain a good body shape takes some effort but it goes a long way to your general health with younger looking appearance!



  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon arrowroot flour
  • 4 cups bone broth
  • Cilantro to garnish


  1. Add bone broth in your vitaclay clay pot multicooker. Set on stew for 20 minutes.
  2. Mix arrowroot flour with 2 tablespoons water.
  3. In about 10-15 minutes, when the soup comes to a boil, crush eggs in a boiling soup, add arrowroot flour and stir well to avoid lumps
  4. Garish with cilantro

Serve warm.






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