FOODS GUINEAS CAN AND CAN'T EAT

NatJ

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Hard boiling does not any any fats to them which are added by whatever lubricant you use for frying being it vegetable oil or whatever you use.

"Frying" was not the word I used.

I said I cracked eggs into a pan and cooked them.

I tend to use a non-stick pan and very little fat, or sometimes I add some water instead so it's more like boiling them out of the shells.

And a small amount of fat won't hurt the chickens or guineas anyway.
 

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"Frying" was not the word I used.

I said I cracked eggs into a pan and cooked them.

I tend to use a non-stick pan and very little fat, or sometimes I add some water instead so it's more like boiling them out of the shells.

And a small amount of fat won't hurt the chickens or guineas anyway.
Hard boiling does not add anything to them therefore is the better method.
 

NatJ

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Hard boiling does not add anything to them therefore is the better method.
If your goal is to feed only cooked egg with absolutely nothing added, and you have no interest in opening the egg before you cook it, I agree that boiling them is better.

When my goals are different, other methods can be a better choice for me.
 

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