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Need some help with Balut.

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My husband works with someone who has asked me if i would be interested in do Balut. He can also get me many more people who will by from me. Now i have no problems doing this as they pay 1.75 an egg from the place they get them from now. My question and problem is what do i do with them after the 18 days of incubation? Do I do them like a hard boiled egg? Do I just put them in the fridge? I tried to look this up but I get lost and confused cuz I can never seem to find a straight answer. Any help on this would be wonderful thank you.

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Crazy chicken lady ? maybe but my obsession is fun and puts food on the table. 

I am a proud crazy chicken lady 

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post #2 of 7

I've never made Balut, but it sounds like you hard boil them. 

Shelf life is 1 day, or refrigerated 1 week.

 

http://www.pinoybisnes.com/business-ideas/balut-making-business/

 

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If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit,

for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man.

All things are connected.
Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.

 

       ― Chief Seattle

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If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit,

for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man.

All things are connected.
Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.

 

       ― Chief Seattle

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post #3 of 7

The people who buy them will do their own cooking.  You take the egg out of the incubator and sell it at that point, raw.

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Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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post #4 of 7

The one thing I would *not* try when I visited the Philippines!

 

As Oregon Blues said, I'm pretty sure they just want to buy the 'raw' partially incubated eggs.

 

-Wendy

post #5 of 7
Old post! I am getting $35 a carton for Balut in 2016 now... 5 bucks a pc.
Close your eyes and it tastes like a really rich chicken broth. I buy rice husks, wrap them in it because it produces a slightly sweeter taste and remove from bater at 17 days because after that, bones too hard. Amazing the different in prices now!
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post #6 of 7
I have a friend at work that I've sold balut to but I'm using chicken eggs instead of duck eggs. 🐣
$1.00/egg is what I get here in Md.
Are you using duck eggs
post #7 of 7
We use American White Ducks for Balut.
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