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Old 04-01-2011, 08:49 PM   #1
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Duck eggs vs. goose eggs

One of the guys I curled with has goose and duck eggs. I know that there was a thread about duck eggs recently--what about goose eggs? Anyone cook with those?
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i've never been able to obtain a goose egg so i can't answer.

they run around the circle of ducks and sit down just too fast for me.


duck duck duck duck goose!
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i've never been able to obtain a goose egg so i can't answer.

they run around the circle of ducks and sit down just too fast for me.


duck duck duck duck goose!
I could give you a goose egg...
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One of the guys I curled with has goose and duck eggs. I know that there was a thread about duck eggs recently--what about goose eggs? Anyone cook with those?
Seems to me a goose egg is bigger than a duck, but I'm not sure, never had either one.
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Old 04-02-2011, 08:22 PM   #5
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It seems to me the duck eggs gave more lift...and I am guessing the goose eggs would be similar. I thought I'd get 1/2 dozen of each when I'm back from MN and see.
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