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liuzhou

liuzhou

10 hours ago, gulfporter said:

They sell by the kilo here, not dozen.

 

Same here in China. Eggs are always weighed. And bagged the same way.

 

Here a couple of duck eggs I bought this morning. Sea duck eggs, to be precise. Very fresh. But I was interested in the differing sizes. These are the smallest and largest of the batch. More were at the smaller end of the scale. Those black lines on the mat are 2cm apart.

 

They weigh 64g and 88g respectively.

 

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liuzhou

liuzhou

10 hours ago, gulfporter said:

They sell by the kilo here, not dozen.

 

Same here in China. Eggs are always weighed.

 

Here a couple of duck eggs I bought this morning. Sea duck eggs, to be precise. Very fresh. But I was interested in the differing sizes. These are the smallest and largest of the batch. More were at the smaller end of the scale. Those black lines on the mat are 2cm apart.

 

They weigh 64g and 88g respectively.

 

eggs.thumb.jpg.7d3eda764fdec187a7513c2639cdba04.jpg

 

liuzhou

liuzhou

8 hours ago, gulfporter said:

They sell by the kilo here, not dozen.

 

Same here in China. Eggs are always weighed.

 

Here a couple of duck eggs I bought this morning. Sea duck eggs, to be precise. Very fresh. But I was interested in the differing sizes. These are the smallest and largest of the batch. More were at the smaller end of the scale. Those black lines on the mat are 2cm apart.

 

eggs.thumb.jpg.7d3eda764fdec187a7513c2639cdba04.jpg

 

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