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charlie M

10-28-2012 08:02:01

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Anybody using eggs other than chicken eggs for breakfast. My few hens ran their course last spring and it will be next spring before I get more. My Royal palm turkeys have continued to lay a few during the summer so I've been eating turkey eggs most of the time on weekends.Once out of the shell I don't see any difference. They are bigger than most chicken eggs, harder to get out of the shell but in a frying pan they seem to be harder to accidentally break the yolk.

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11-17-2012 08:57:30

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 Re: eggs for breakfast in reply to charlie M, 10-28-2012 08:02:01  
I want to get some gineaus for insect control and have been told that the eggs are real good. Supposed to be real good at wiping out ticks and as guard dogs as well, if anything is around that shouldn't be, they are making noise.

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Rich Iowa

10-30-2012 05:56:47

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 Re: eggs for breakfast in reply to charlie M, 10-28-2012 08:02:01  
Couple years ago friends of mine had chickens and a few ducks roaming around their place. They sold the chicken eggs and gave me the duck eggs. Those duck eggs, at least to me, had much richer flavor but still tasted good.

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10-29-2012 22:20:36

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 Re: eggs for breakfast in reply to charlie M, 10-28-2012 08:02:01  
I think that the main reason chicken eggs are more popular is because chickens are more domesticated. Chickens, ducks, turkeys, guineas, are all fowl and their eggs are all similar and edible.

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10-28-2012 16:47:38

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 Re: eggs for breakfast in reply to charlie M, 10-28-2012 08:02:01  
We eat duck eggs sometimes. They bake good, but are pretty rubbery if cooked by themselves.

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10-28-2012 08:43:29

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 Re: eggs for breakfast in reply to charlie M, 10-28-2012 08:02:01  
The wife eats duck and goose eggs when I have them. Duck eggs are also very very good for baking because they are what is called a richer egg

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