WHY DUCK EGGS?
Thicker Shells: This allows for duck eggs to have a longer shelf life.
Size: Duck eggs are around 50% larger than jumbo chicken eggs (2 duck eggs = 3 chicken eggs).
Albumen: Duck eggs contain more albumen, which allows better structure and higher lift when baking with duck eggs.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids: 71.4 milligrams in duck eggs versus 37 milligrams in chicken eggs.
Taste: Duck eggs are richer and have a creamier consistency.
Food Allergies: People who are allergic to chicken eggs can often eat duck eggs. With no adverse effects, duck eggs have protein complexes that differ from chicken eggs.
All quantities are number of eggs.
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