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Deformed duck egg. Is it safe to eat?

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I'm sorry I don't have an answer.  I haven't personally had anything like that in my  duck eggs. Maybe cross post to the chicken forum can advise  what kind of tissue that is ?  I can't tell if it's reproductive tract tissue or perhaps  extra ova that were incorporated in that shell.

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i don't have an answer but i would never eat that! :sick 


Edited by The Duck Ladie - 4/28/16 at 7:14am

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I know right? It is gross. I guess my question should be is it safe to eat eggs from a duck that laid one of these. The rest of the eggs she lays are fine but occasionally there is a white thing like this in them. This was the biggest one so far.
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