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All chickens are fed organic feed and are all free range

$5.00 a dozen

- Donated egg cartons are always 

very much appreciated!! 🥚🥚

Nutritional Value Comparisons

The real benefits of free-range eggs are in their nutritional value. Studies show several advantages to farm-fresh eggs, including:

          🥚   less cholesterol

          🥚   less saturated fat

          🥚   increased vitamins A, E and D

          🥚   more omega-3 fatty acids

          🥚   more beta carotene

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential to the human body’s day-to-day functions and help to prevent several chronic diseases. Why do small-farm and free-range eggs have more fatty acids? Such chickens eat things such as bugs, leafy greens, corn and flowers—ingredients absent from the diet of caged hens.


 Duck Eggs - $6.00 doz

All ducks are fed organic feed and are all free range

How do duck eggs compare to chicken eggs?

All About Duck Eggs

🥚 Turns out, duck eggs are pretty similar to chicken eggs. But there are some real benefits to duck eggs compared to chicken eggs.

Duck Eggs are Larger

🥚 Duck eggs are much larger than chicken eggs - about 30% larger to be precise. They usually weigh in right around 3 ounces, which is considerably heavier than even jumbo chicken eggs.

The yolks are also larger, comparatively, compared to the egg whites. About a 15% higher yolk to white ratio than a chicken egg.

Duck Eggs Stay Fresher Longer

🥚 Duck eggs stay fresher longer than chicken eggs due to having thicker shells and membranes. Unwashed, a duck egg will last weeks and weeks out on the counter and will last for several months refrigerated.

Duck Eggs are Alkaline

🥚 Duck eggs are said to be an alkaline-producing food, one of the few foods that leave your body more alkaline. Conversely, chicken eggs are an acidic food leaving your body more acid.

The alkaline makeup of duck eggs is of great benefit to cancer patients as cancer cells do not thrive in an alkaline environment. So some physicians apparently recommend duck eggs to cancer patients.

Also, those who are allergic to chicken eggs can often eat duck eggs without any problem - and vice versa - because duck eggs contain different proteins than chicken eggs.

Duck Eggs are Better for Baking

🥚 Duck eggs contain slightly less water - and more fat - which makes them superior for baking. They make cakes and breads rise better. They make mayonnaise, custards and puddings richer.

Duck eggs can be a bit more difficult to whip for meringues, but a pinch of baking soda or a few drops of lemon juice can help make nice stiff peaks.

Duck Eggs can be Scrambled, Fried, Poached and Hard-Cooked As Well On the flip side, because of their low water content, they cook faster than chicken eggs and overcooking them makes them rubbery.

Some people don't like them when they're fried or scrambled as a result, although we do eat them both ways with care taken not to overcook them. If you're scrambling, poaching or frying duck eggs, just be sure to cook them over a very low heat and only until they are just set.

You can steam duck eggs to hard cook them as well. About 20 minutes for a yolk cooked through.

Duck Eggs are More Nutritious

🥚 Duck eggs have larger yolks, thicker whites, and ounce for ounce they contain more calcium, Vitamins A, B-12, and D and more Omega-3 fatty acids than chicken eggs.


Interestingly, they contain about the same amount of protein as a chicken egg, and one duck egg delivers almost a full day's serving of cholesterol.  One duck egg contains about 130 calories, half of which are fat calories. Comparatively, a chicken egg has about 70 calories.  Neither duck or chicken eggs contain any Vitamin C.  


Compared to chicken eggs, ounce for ounce, duck eggs contain:


     🥚500% more Vitamin B12

     🥚150% more Niacin

     🥚100% more Omega-3s

     🥚 40% more Magnesium

     🥚 30% more Vitamin E

Side Effect of Over-Consuming Duck Egg

🥚 We already know that duck egg actually has a lot of health benefits for our body. Now, we will find out its side effect if we over-consuming it. As we already know, there are always negative side of everything in this world, including consume healthy food. If we consume it at certain amount and time, it will help our body to reach healthiness. But, if we consume it over the limit, it will turn into one of disease’s source for our body.

Duck egg contains high-level cholesterol inside. Although some researcher said that there is no direct relation between cholesterol level contained inside food and cholesterol level contained inside blood, we have to take a note that consuming duck egg over the limit may increase cholesterol level inside blood and the risk of getting heart disease will be increase.

Now, we already know that duck egg is one of healthy food. Actually, all kind of egg is healthy. Duck egg contains lot of good things that needed for our body. So, consuming duck egg regularly will prevent us from disease.

But, “consuming it regularly” and “over-consuming it” are two different things. Consuming it regularly means consume it at certain amount. certain time and follow rules based on doctor’s advice if need.

While over-consuming it means consume it whenever we want without calculate the amount. And it’s not good for our body. Just like we already said before, over-consuming duck egg will increase cholesterol level inside our blood.

So, for those who already suffer from heart disease, already verdict have risk of getting heart disease by doctor, or want to prevent from heart disease, we recommend you to consume duck eggs in just enough amount. So, stay healthy!

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