Aigo boulido refers to a garlic soup, a specialty of Provence, that is served with oil over slices of bread. This garlic soup is cooked with oil, egg, and herbs and spices, like sage, bay and thyme, and some croutons. It is also known as Aigo bouido

Aigo boulido is pronounced "ah-yee-goh boo-ee-doh"

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