When duck meat is used in a recipe for duck meat soup, it’s usually done with a mix of ground beef, pork, and kidney beans.
And, of course, it needs to be cooked in a slow cooker or pressure cooker.
But if you’re looking to eat duck meat in a low-carb, low-fat diet, it may be time to reconsider.
A new study published in the Journal of Food Science, however, found that people who are allergic to duck meat, such as those with hay fever, do not respond as well to the soup as they might think.
And those who do tend to be more sensitive than others.
“There are people who can tolerate the soup, but if they have hay fever they don’t respond as much,” said coauthor Andrew M. Fung, a professor of medicine and epidemiology at Tufts University.
So, is it possible to eat a duck meat-free diet?
Yes, it would be possible to enjoy the soup with a bit more care and moderation.
Fung said people can reduce the amount of protein and fat in their diet if they choose to eat meat, but that is more difficult for those who are sensitive to duck.
“If you are going to eat the soup you may want to cut out all of the fat and replace it with meat,” he said.
Fong said that for people with hay fevers, it could be beneficial to add a bit of salt to the broth to help neutralize the inflammatory response.
And if you have a severe allergic reaction, Fung said that adding a pinch of salt could also help.
If you’re sensitive to any of the other components of duck meat like liver, you could try adding some vinegar or lemon juice to the pot to help reduce the inflammatory reaction.
But there is no guarantee that this type of diet will be more palatable than a regular diet, Fong said.
“It’s really hard to make a diet that people can eat,” he told ABC News.
“People have a lot of different reactions to food.
So, to me, I’m not sure if this diet would be more healthy or not.”
The researchers also looked at people who were given a variety of foods in the form of a duck soup, including chicken soup, mashed potatoes, and gravy.
And, of those people, they found that the more eggs they ate, the more likely they were to have hay feVER.
But it is not clear if these results would apply to those with a mild or moderate allergic reaction.
“I’m not aware of any studies that have been done that have specifically looked at this for people who have hay allergies,” Fung added.
In the meantime, he said that there are plenty of other options to enjoy a low carb, low fat diet.
“You can eat a lot more of these foods, but you can also get more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
You can also go to the store to buy meats that are leaner,” he added.
The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Office of Science of the National Academies.