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Duck egg

Perhaps everyone knows what a chicken egg looks like. What about ducks? What is the difference between both products and can duck eggs be eaten at all? What does a duck egg look bigger than a chicken egg (30 percent), and its shell is also much stronger. So you have to make a little effort to break it.

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Partridge eggs

Partridge meat is a pure, complete protein. This is a dietary product, as it has no cholesterol. Recommended for use by people with low hemoglobin levels. If used regularly, then soon hemoglobin will normalize and the general condition of a person will improve. Not only meat that is good for the human body, but also partridge eggs.
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Egg white

Egg white is a powerful immunostimulant with pronounced bactericidal properties. It is a colorless, odorless, viscous liquid that has adhesive properties. When whipping, it acquires a dense foamy consistency. It whitens during heat treatment. The product improves brain function, participates in blood formation processes, and prevents cataract formation.
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Egg yolk

Egg yolk is a food product, which is a symbiosis of nutrients, vitamins, mineral compounds necessary for the development of a living organism. Its chemical composition and color depend on the species, bird feed (reptiles). Yolk supplies lecithin and vitamins A, B, E, PP, D, K to the human body, normalizes the level of "bad" cholesterol, the work of the gall bladder, brain, nervous system, and has a positive effect on liver cells.
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Pheasant egg

Eggs are an important and versatile ingredient for cooking. Protein and yolk are rich in nutrients: proteins, fat-soluble vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids. Since ancient times, people eat chicken eggs. For centuries, this amazing product in many cultures has been a symbol of life and fertility.
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Duck egg

Perhaps everyone knows what a chicken egg looks like. What about ducks? What is the difference between both products and can duck eggs be eaten at all? What does a duck egg look bigger than a chicken egg (30 percent), and its shell is also much stronger. So you have to make a little effort to break it.
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Ostrich egg

In addition to the fact that ostriches are the largest representatives of birds, they are also champions in the size of eggs laid. But if we compare the parameters of the egg to the size of the bird, proportionally it turns out that ostriches carry the smallest eggs. Amazing right? And this is just the beginning of amazing facts about these giants.
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Turkey egg

Turkey eggs are significantly larger than chicken eggs, and at first glance it seems that this is the only difference between the products. However, disputes over whether it is possible to eat turkey eggs do not cease on the Internet. Why this product can not be bought in supermarkets, and whether it is really harmful - will now try to figure it out.
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Guinea fowl eggs

Today guinea fowl are one of the most popular species of domestic birds. In the world they are bred for two reasons: as a poultry for eggs and meat, and also as a decorative bird. The name of the bird comes from the word "Caesar", which means king. Although in Russia there was another thing - the “king bird”. And all because in ancient times guinea fowl were kept at the royal court as an exceptional decoration.
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Goose egg

For several years, goose eggs have been the subject of debate in the scientific community. Nutritionists argue over whether this product can be eaten. Some talk about the rich chemical composition of eggs. Others remind that, besides useful components, goose products may contain salmonella - a dangerous bacterium.
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Emu eggs

They are ten times larger than chicken eggs, and with a dark green shell, which is very difficult to break. All this about the eggs of the Australian emu bird. By the way, in Australia, the hunting of these birds and the consumption of their eggs have long been banned. Locals need special permission to try this delicacy.
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Pigeon egg

In the culinary world, pigeon eggs are valued as an exquisite delicacy. But in everyday life, few decide to try such an exotic dish, and some even consider sisar eggs to be inedible. However, such assumptions among gourmets cause only laughter. They know exactly how tasty and healthy this product appeared in the human diet thousands of years ago.
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Turtles eggs

Every year, at about the same time (April-May), sea turtles crawl out onto dozens of beaches in the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans. They slowly emerge from the water near places where they themselves once hatched, dig shallow holes in the sand and lay eggs. As a rule, they go ashore at high tide at night (about 4 a.m.), and go to sea with the first rays of the sun (until seven in the morning).
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Quail egg

These tiny, motley eggs cook very quickly, look beautiful in salads, soups and snacks. And last but not least, this product is more affordable than the eggs of other birds (except, of course, chickens). But is this the only advantage of quail eggs? Researchers say no. General characteristics As the name implies, quail eggs are a product made by quail females.
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Chicken egg

Few products have ever come under the scrutiny of the scientific world like eggs. Some nutritionists say that this is the most wholesome diet food, while others are categorically against it. Is it really better to abandon the scrambled eggs forever, or are the stories about the "scary and harmful chicken egg" significantly exaggerated?
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