Ingredients: Duck eggs, water, sodium hydroxide, salt, and tea leaves.
Thousand-year eggs. No, it did not take a thousand years to make them. In Chinese, these "pi dan", or preserved duck eggs, are covered in a mixture for weeks to months that raises their pH and turns up the flavors. Pair these 6 pieces with porridge, salads, or beer, and you're good to go.
Imperial Taste Preserved Duck Eggs