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    You could probably put a roasting pan over two burners and make the ostrich omelette in there.
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    I hardly ever eat the whites. I wish all eggs were double-yolk!

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    Now I really wanna throw a Fintstones Breakfast for friends and family. I'll get a huge griddle and make a massive ostrich omelet and a big rack of ribs. I'll crack the egg in front of everyone of course or there's no point...lol
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    in the morning ill top my bacon with 2 whole fried eggs and about 4 more yolk only eggs. I feel kinda bad about dumping the whites, but i just cant get more than 2 eggs worth down. There may be a limit to how many runny yolks i can finish off, but i havent reached it yet. Runny golden goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarbeyGirl View Post
    Yep. Duck eggs have a higher yolk percentage than do chicken eggs. The bad news is that duck eggs are fairly pricey ($4.50/dozen around these parts). My solution? I've just purchased a bunch of ducklings to raise for eggs and meat! Aren't they cute?

    If you seriously bought ducks, be ready to clean TONS of poop. My grandma kept ducks and hens and ducks are by far filthier.. nature is nature, sure, but cleaning duck poop wasn't my favorite thing to do at 8 years old. Tons of maggots too. I never ate the duckies either I have no idea what my grandma did with them.

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    I give the whites to my dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniQuity View Post
    If you seriously bought ducks, be ready to clean TONS of poop. My grandma kept ducks and hens and ducks are by far filthier.. nature is nature, sure, but cleaning duck poop wasn't my favorite thing to do at 8 years old. Tons of maggots too. I never ate the duckies either I have no idea what my grandma did with them.
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    Haha flintstones breakfast! I like that image, could become a recognised dish....

    @Meatme216 that is hardcore! best supporter of the yolk Ive have seen yet, I know about not reachin your limit!

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    So I just threw my dog an entire hard boiled egg. After he bit it in half he licked out all the yolk. Dog knows where the good stuff is too. XD

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    Bit late, but poll added! please participate! Thanks!!
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