Has anyone ever tried eating goose eggs before?

    I've heard that they are much better tasting and healthier than eating chicken eggs, just wondering if anyone's tried them?

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    Yes, I have. I was a child then, and practically starved. We lived in an occupied country and no food was available, except what the goose left for us (before we ate her too...) It tasted good, but then everything did, but I do recall it was rather strong tasting, definitely stronger than a hen's egg. We hard-boiled the goose egg and peeling it was kind of tough, but it made it easier to share between four starved people. The yoke was kind of greenish. Let us know what you think.

    Wow, what an interesting story, thanks for the comment.
    Are you the same person that was asking how to keepgoose egg warm?If so i would suggest you do not eat it.If not they are fine to eat.Boil or omlette.

    LOL, no leeroy is one of our original members. He's cool and smart too.

    I wonder how that kid made out with that goose egg he thought was hatching.

    Thank you, sweetie...
    No, but I want to take a Gander at

    Lol, really creatively funny!
    country bumpkin

    I had hoped it would be worth a gaggle or
    (Okay, now I'm just being pathetic)
    if it's made of gold i would suggest "bouillon"
    Nope but I have seen plenty of people laying them before LOL
    Goose Eggs Nutrition

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    Goose Eggs Nutrition

    Goose eggs are not a common food in the American diet. They are about three times the size of a chicken egg. The shell of a goose egg is considerably harder and the flavor is richer and more intense than conventional chicken eggs. Many of the nutrients are similar to that of a chicken egg, but multiplied due to their larger size.
    Calories and Macronutrients

    A typical goose egg weighing about 144 g, or 5 oz., contains 266 calories. It provides almost 20 g of protein and 20 g of fat, 5 g of which is saturated. A goose egg contains about 2 g of carbohydrates. A chicken egg, by comparison, contains just 72 calories, 6 g of protein, 4.75 g of fat and .36 g of carbs and weighs just 50 g, or 2 oz.

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