Can you eat a duck egg
Absolutely! Duck eggs taste pretty much the same as chicken eggs. The eggs and yolks are larger and they have a richer nutrient level.You’ll notice that the yolks stand up higher than typical chicken eggs. That’s because they are fresher. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-eat-a-duck-egg ]
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- yes you can they taste very good and rich nicer than chicken eggs!
- Yeah, you can eat them. It’s perfectly safe to do so…if its cooked properly and the bacteria is all killed.
- Absolutely, and they are very tasty indeed. Somewhat rare to find in a supermarket too. You can use them instead of hens eggs, but note that they are often larger so plan your recipes accordingly. One of my favourite recipes (albeit fairly …
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