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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Symons View Post
    After numerous San Miguel's, and a long night in Olongapo, balut is a nice top layer!!
    After a long night in Olongapo, it sure can't hurt. Long nights in Olongapo are not recommended for the weak stomached or those easily grossed out either.

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    Duck eggs are good!

    We have chickens we free range and the eggs regularly set out for days on the counter before they're eaten.

    The worst idea would be to set the duck free. It would just be devoured by a predator in no time and be a complete waste of the bird.

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    Don't just euthanize. At least use it as a flyer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    If you have any Filipino neighbors they will take the eggs, especially the fertile ones and make what is known as "balut"....not recommended for the weak stomached or those easily grossed out by something out of Andrew Zimmerman's Bizarre Foods
    I recommend salt and vinegar if you decide to indulge.
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    As said in an earlier post, duck eggs are richer than chicken eggs and are preferred by chefs to bake with. Duck eggs incubate for 28 days as opposed to 21 for a chicken. Also shouldn't wash if planning to incubate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dc73nova View Post
    As said in an earlier post, duck eggs are richer than chicken eggs and are preferred by chefs to bake with. Duck eggs incubate for 28 days as opposed to 21 for a chicken. Also shouldn't wash if planning to incubate.
    28 days is correct. The QUESTION is: is it a fertile egg?

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