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Cooked Budgie Eggs

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a while ago I mentioned cooking up a budgie egg before and so this morning when I did so again I thought to take a piccie before adding it to their food for those that were interested.

 

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So the yolk cooks normally, but the "white" sets clear! How fascinating!! Thanks Nerwen. Any ideas why the white stays clear?

 

KathyW.

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WOW :( Jelly-eggs :wub:

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Any ideas why the white stays clear?

No idea at all, sorry. It was a surprise last year when I cooked the first one.

 

Jelly-eggs

:( That's a perfect way to describe them, kinda felt like a hard jelly in the hand too.

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Would that be a 3 minute egg or a 3 second egg :(

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It looks so strange :( .

 

Thanks a lot for the photos, it's good to see how they look boiled :wub:

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Wow Nerwen, how fascinating! It has quite a big yolk doesn't it!

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Looks weird without a white egg white. :(

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that's interesting to see :(

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For some reason I can’t see the picture? It must be just normal for Budgie eggs, Duck eggs whites don’t turn out so white at hens eggs when you cook them.

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Greg boiled some pigeon eggs last year to see what they would look like and it is the same as the budgie, yolk looked normal but a silicone look white, Very wierd. :)

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So why do you feed them budgie eggs, not just chicken eggs? Is it better for them?

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I give them chicken eggs normally. I just feel instead of wasting the eggs by chucking them I can cook then to add to their fresh food as well. I wouldn't say it's better for them.

 

Norm - are they working for you yet?

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