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I have had duck eggs and think they are ok, but they seem richer then chicken eggs.. My parents used to collect them nd eat them also. I haven't had one in years but I do not eat eggs hardly ever these days!
Hmm.. I've seen on tv, where people ate ostrich eggs raw.. They are massive! About half the size of an adult's head! They just drank it with a straw.. They said it was yucky! LOL
Thanks George...i left out roe cos it's well...a slightly different thing altogether ...(though I know technically they are eggs etc etc...but you know what i mean yes ?)
Quote from: neilep on 24/04/2007 20:47:55Thanks George...i left out roe cos it's well...a slightly different thing altogether ...(though I know technically they are eggs etc etc...but you know what i mean yes ?)Ofcourse they are different - but why would you assume that crocodile eggs were more like chicken eggs than fish eggs (size apart - they have little to do with either, except insofar as all eggs perform a similar function)?
A crate !!!
Neil, would you eat a worm for 100 pounds?
LOL 80? Your cheapo! Gotta go all. 
Heehee. Came back, just whilst I brush my teeth 
...and ofcourse fish eggs are regularly eaten (cod roe if you are a cheapskate, or caviar if you can afford it).
well...they're similar sized...have a white shell and (jumping to conclusions mode) I assume they have a yolk and albumen...which is nice !!...........don't they ?..........last time I had a crate of Beluga caviar I don't recall being able to make meringues !!
When me dad used to keep chickens the taste and colour of the egg yolk seemed to depend on what the chicken had eaten and I think free range eggs have a better taste than battery farmed ones.Now, my snake has taken to her nesting box and should be due to lay her eggs this weekend. This a photo of one of her clutches from last year and you can see the cuts made in the leathery shells....sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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Quote from: another_someone on 24/04/2007 20:43:56...and ofcourse fish eggs are regularly eaten (cod roe if you are a cheapskate, or caviar if you can afford it).Lumpfish roe makes a passable impersonation of caviar & it's a hell of a lot cheaper.
Picture of tutle eggs in a Malay market...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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THANK GEORGE,It's clear the photo was taken during an earthquake or the photo taker *checks link*.......is indeed very nervous !Cripes..are they really free to do this ?