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Your egg journey

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1 minute ago, ElsieD said:

 

An ostrich eggs equates to 24 chicken eggs.  

 

Ah...a lot more than several people!


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I kept waiting for my rhea to lay - did not know she needed male stimulation for the breed cycle.

 

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9 hours ago, heidih said:

I've seen @liuzhou and @Anna N use them.

 

 

Duck eggs are my go to eggs. Usually, they are all I have (apart from crab or flying fish roe - that's eggs too!). By the way, the century eggs above are also duck.

 

I do have one goose egg right now which will probably become an omelette. One egg is just the right size. And I often have soft boiled quail eggs in noodle soups or Scotch eggs. Chicken's eggs are a rare buy for me.


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I love quail eggs -- softboiled in soup, in Scotch eggs, pickled, you name it.

 

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17 hours ago, Smithy said:

 

Ah...a lot more than several people!

 I think I could handle one! LOL :laugh:

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