What makes a duck egg so different from a chicken egg?
First off, size. A duck egg is about 1.5 times larger than a chicken egg, giving it more calories, fat, and protein. Duck eggs have a thicker shell, which makes them stay fresh longer. They are also richer and more structured, with more albumen (the protein in egg whites) and omega-3 fatty acids.

Do they taste like chicken eggs?
Not exactly. We would describe duck eggs as richer and creamier.

So can I use these eggs for hard-boiled or deviled eggs?
Definitely! Just substitute duck eggs for chicken eggs in your favorite hard-boiled or deviled uses.

How many eggs can I cook at once?
As many as your heart desires—or really, as many as you can comfortably fit in your pot. Cook a bunch and have them on hand in the fridge—they will last for about a week.

You mentioned using this egg as a sauce. On what?
On homemade pasta, roasted veggies, or really anything that you want to taste savory and eggy.

Any other types of eggs y’all like to use?
So many.

Do ducks need water to propagate?
Tune in for the answer next month.