GIANT Goose egg!
Surprisingly, goose eggs aren’t “oily”, but they do have a larger yolk and less white than chicken eggs. Their thick, waxy shells protect an equally sturdy yolk: you won’t accidentally “bust” this yolk when cooking eggs over-easy!
The thick, rich yolk is great for clinging to toast – imagine sharing a photo of your “single-egg” breakfast with your friends!
A goose egg’s claim to fame is that folks who have poultry egg allergies can typically eat these waterfowl eggs safely.
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