Chicken, duck, turkey and goose eggs question.

archangel2003

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Chicken, duck, turkey and goose.

They all lay eggs.

However, the chicken eggs are the only ones offered for sale.

I am wondering how the other eggs are, as far as eating and taste is concerned?

I would assume as far as baking is concerned, the chemical function is the same and it's just a volume adjustment.

But what about the taste?

How would the taste be if they were over easy, hard boiled or scrambled?

Anyone have any first hand experience with this?
 
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big momma

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Jul 29, 2009
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to me and the hunny duck eggs taste the same as chicken-fried,boiled, and scrambled we never had goose
 
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pringle

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Ive tried turkey duck and chickens eggs.They are all very similar exept duck eggs have wayyyyyy more nutrition,which includes fat and cholesteral.
 

lleighmay

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Is there some sort of "duck egg equivalency" formula (1 duck = 2 chicken or whatever) for baking? My Khakis are just starting to lay and I'm thinking of starting a to-order cheesecake baking business to make use of the eggs (aside from the ones we're going to eat for breakfast). I sell extra chicken eggs but not sure my customers will eat "duck" eggs, although a friend suggested I just tell family customers they are really big chicken eggs...... Thx- leigh
 

pringle

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Yep baking with duck eggs makes everything tast good
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