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Duck Eggs! Farm Fresh Organic Duck Eggs, 1 Dozen
    Are they nutritious?
    Partly due to the larger yolk, duck eggs are significantly higher in both fat and cholesterol than chicken eggs. But they’re also higher in protein and have a higher concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, making them a favorite of paleo dieters, who seek high-fat foods. Besides that, duck eggs have a nutritional profile similar to chicken eggs.
    Are they good to cook with?
    Ah, now this is fun. You can cook duck eggs the same way you’d cook any other egg; there’s nothing a chicken egg can do that a duck egg can’t. But because it’s larger and has a higher fat content, a recipe designed for a chicken egg won’t always work with a duck egg substitution. If you want to bake with them, it’ll take a little playing around before you figure out just how much of a duck egg to use.
    But in almost any other case, you can cook a duck egg exactly the same way as a chicken egg. They fry well, poach well and boil well, but because there’s so much fat, a good early experiment is a simple scrambled egg. You’ll find them much creamier and richer than scrambled chicken eggs.
    Duck eggs are most popular in various Asian cuisines, especially Chinese and Vietnamese. The most popular way to prepare them there is by salting them: the eggs sit in a brine of some sort and cures, pulling out moisture to preserve them and alter their texture. They’re typically added to stir-fries or sometimes as a filling with rice.
    Are they delicious?
    Duck eggs taste like chicken eggs, only more so. Their flavor tends to be more reliably intense than a chicken egg because of the duck’s diet. Farmers tend to love ducks because they prefer to eat bugs, snails, slugs, and other high-protein critters over plant matter, and that diet impacts the flavor of their eggs significantly.

    Duck Eggs! Farm Fresh Organic Duck Eggs, 1 Dozen

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    • Farm fresh eggs, organic, locally sourced, cage free, whatever you want to call them. There are so many great benefits to buying these type of eggs over the regular store bought ones. It all starts with what they eat. Like I stated before, the quality of the chicken egg is directly related to what they eat. If they eat low quality food without many nutrients, the eggs are going to reflect that. One benefit of farm fresh eggs from a local chicken farm is that their chickens are going to be able to get high quality feed and are able to eat fresh grass, which is high in omega-3 fatty acids. The eggs will reflect that and be better taste, better nutritional value, and better overall quality. 

      Another great thing about farm fresh eggs is that they require less processing before the end up in your home. These eggs can actually be taken straight from the hen house and to your home. However, many local eggs you buy in a market have been washed. But if you buy directly from the farm, odds are they have not and they still have a protective layer called the bloom, which protects the egg from any outside bacteria. This also allows them to be stored at room temperature for up to 3 months. I would love to see store bought eggs try that. 

      The food you make from farm fresh eggs is so delicious. Not saying that store bought eggs are not yummy. But the taste of local organic eggs is just better. Not to mention that they cook so much better and easier. You probably not get that air bubble effect of the egg whites that you may get with store bought. The yolk, again, will look better. More yellow or even orange. And that look comes with an incredible taste as well. 

      • Organic is better for the planet! Hens who live up to the organic label are fed an organic diet without conventional fertilizers or pesticides and limited antibiotics. This means that there are less pesticides, fertilizers or antibiotics being leached into the environment and into your body.
      • Riboflavin is a B vitamin that also helps your cells to produce energy. Additionally, it uses the amino acid tryptophan to make niacin in the body. Tryptophan and its metabolites regulate things like appetite, sleeping-waking-rhythm and pain perception. Niacin is important for helping your body utilize food to produce energy.
      • One egg is a good source of phosphorus. Phosphorus is part of your bones, teeth and DNA/RNA. It is also one of the main regulators of energy metabolism in organs, and helps generate energy in every cell.
      • Eggs are a high source of selenium. Selenium is a trace mineral that works with vitamin E for antioxidant protection. Eating enough selenium can help reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease and other diseases.