I love quail eggs, they are beautiful, delicious, and adorable! My daughter also loves quail eggs, and when she was a toddler, I once caught her trying to open some raw one we had sitting on the counter. We had just gotten back from the trip to a large farm where there were lots of birds and lots of different freshly laid eggs begins sold, hence leaving the eggs out on the counter.
I have also read that in Europe and many other countries, eggs tend to be sold unrefrigerated, which is really different from here in the USA where grocery store eggs are Always refrigerated and the only time we find them unrefrigerated are at farmer’s markets or at the actual farm or whatever place has birds laying the fresh eggs.
When I was a college student, I lived with a family that had 4 chickens and was able to enjoy delicious fresh eggs on a regular basis.
I have tried ducks eggs, white chicken eggs and brown chicken eggs; and amongst these, I quail eggs are my favorite.
So here is a post dedicated to these lovely and delectable bite sized treats!
the pealing has begun
one is full Naked now
Eggs are a wonderful source of protein, iron, phosphorous, selenium and vitamins A, B12, B2, B5 and omega-3 fatty acids which are good for your Brain!
To read more about the wonderful health benefits of Eggs, check out AuthorityNutrition.com.