Difference in Taste Between Fertilized and Unfertilized?

Discussion in 'Egg Quality & Storage' started by doug, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. doug

    doug New Member

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    Assuming you take them the same day they are laid.

    Any difference in taste between fertilized and unfertilized?
     
  2. Sundancers

    Sundancers New Member

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    Not that I can tell ...
     

  3. Apyl

    Apyl New Member

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    None at all.
     
  4. kejmack

    kejmack New Member

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    There is no difference in taste.
     
  5. cogburn

    cogburn New Member

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  6. earlyt89

    earlyt89 New Member

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    They are right. No difference
     
  7. hollyosborn

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    I had a woman ask me the other day at Market if my breads were made with fertilized or unfertilized eggs.. LOL.. OF COURSE.... i had to show her the 3 that were unfertilized... and the rest that were fertilized.... (i was seriously joking on which were and werent since i have no clue) she bought the unfertilized. My ex father in law was standing there with this funny look on his face.. so he asked her Why??? She said I just cant stand the thought of eating a baby chick . HAHAHA.. seriously.. made me giggle!
     
  8. Energyvet

    Energyvet New Member

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    Caveat Emptor! (there's a sucker born every minute!)
     
  9. TopTop

    TopTop New Member

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    George Carlin did a bit on that very subject, only the punch line was a bit more crude than "baby chick".
     
  10. anderson8505

    anderson8505 New Member

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    No difference in taste. I have had people tell me they do not want to eat fertilized eggs as well. It did not help to explain how that fertilized egg could sit on the counter for months and never grow a chick, that certain temperature conditions would have to occur. Oh well, more eggs for the rest of my friends.