Lidl Quail eggs 99p
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Lidl Quail eggs 99p

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Found 8th Apr 2014
From this Thursday 10th April, Lidl are selling a box of 12 quails eggs for 99p.

Add a teaspoon of baking powder to water when boiling eggs, to make it easiler to peel off the shells.

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never had then but might give them a try cheers

very rich in flavour and dietary benefits

Great for our lizard we currently pay £2.69 for 12 @tesco

Too small to dip my soldiers in

Quail egg on toast with fried onions, mmm

Very gamey

Jellybeans3 hours, 42 minutes ago #3Might find this … Jellybeans3 hours, 42 minutes ago #3Might find this interestinghttp://zonefitness.com.ng/quail-egg-versus-chicken-egg-which-is-better/



Very interesting article

Be up for trying some of these. They are small but still a bargain at that price.

Ahh, these bring back memories of holidays to France.

how lidl are they?

Good price if you happen to keep egg eating snakes. (Chicken eggs are too big for them)

these.

heres some recipes to try out

Are these at least free range?

now this is a rare find

No, I don't even know what the f$%k a quail is!

What film?

I dont plan on living off a diet of eggs I just would like to try a quail egg, and for that affordable price ill give em a try

my rat loves these eggs

needo

No, I don't even know what the f$%k a quail is!What film?



http://www.redtedart.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/quail-photo.jpg

meet the quail the smallest of the European game birds

Jellybeans

Might find this … Might find this interestinghttp://zonefitness.com.ng/quail-egg-versus-chicken-egg-which-is-better/

"a fitness instructor" - bit like saying a double glazing salesman. Any meaningful qualification? The "nutrition facts" need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Should have typical in front. Egg composition will vary depending on what the hens are fed on, how they're kept, age of hen etc. And Mr/Mrs/Ms fitness instructor, who I assume is attacking the cholesterol level as all other components are broadly similar, doesn't differentiate between the "good" and "bad" cholesterol.
Afterthought. I wonder if the "certain Nigerian quail egg farmer" is the same one who recently contacted me (by email of course) asking me to help him with his fledgling quail skin shoe business?

Opened this to find some hillarious comments but disappointed. Will open this againi few hours. Need some laughs.

I wonder if any of these would happen to be fertilised, if they are free range there is a good chance they will be and could well be worth incubating a couple as they would make great pets. I have done this with free range chicken eggs in a home made incubator....

Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 8th Apr 2014

Of course they're lidle... They're quails eggs... But where do you get them from? :-P

Are these battery eggs? Only interested if they're free range.

Try anything once (except morris dancing

Are these chocolate? Just bought some for the kids

bohemianellie

Of course they're lidle... They're quails eggs... But where do you get … Of course they're lidle... They're quails eggs... But where do you get them from? :-P



Already covered.....

al1merf1

Are these chocolate? Just bought some for the kids



Yes.

needo

No, I don't even know what the f$%k a quail is!What film?



Wedding crashers

POWYSWALES

I wonder if any of these would happen to be fertilised, if they are free … I wonder if any of these would happen to be fertilised, if they are free range there is a good chance they will be and could well be worth incubating a couple as they would make great pets. I have done this with free range chicken eggs in a home made incubator....

humm that poses some ethics issues Balut is a errie dish and could be applied to this

We've got lizards and rats eating better quality eggs than me

And who's fault is that? A quid is nothing for pet food, Id hazzard a guess it would keep the reptiles happy for ages.

wozkeo

We've got lizards and rats eating better quality eggs than me

Not lizards. Snakes.

And they can only eat eggs (egg eating snakes that is .... the clue is in the name .... they have no teeth - in the traditional sense) so you can't really hold it against them.

Haven't had them for a while, but last time I tried them, I put them in boiling water for 90secs, then peeled and popped in mouth whole, lovely and warm and runny :o)

Have them with some whisky for some Scotch Eggs. Many things are better scotched.

qbs

"a fitness instructor" - bit like saying a double glazing salesman. Any … "a fitness instructor" - bit like saying a double glazing salesman. Any meaningful qualification? The "nutrition facts" need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Should have typical in front. Egg composition will vary depending on what the hens are fed on, how they're kept, age of hen etc. And Mr/Mrs/Ms fitness instructor, who I assume is attacking the cholesterol level as all other components are broadly similar, doesn't differentiate between the "good" and "bad" cholesterol. Afterthought. I wonder if the "certain Nigerian quail egg farmer" is the same one who recently contacted me (by email of course) asking me to help him with his fledgling quail skin shoe business?



No different than the other salemen out there on the internet then selling the positives of quail eggs despite no real scientific evidence and peer review Well everything in moderation and this is a good price. Some sites report it's better to take down these eggs raw to get their nutritional benefits. I still prefer my eggs in a frying pan.

Flamebug

Have them with some whisky for some Scotch Eggs. Many things are better … Have them with some whisky for some Scotch Eggs. Many things are better scotched.



Except England!

wouldn't even feed them to the dog

You have the ring of a Council House/Flat dweller.


jase99

wouldn't even feed them to the dog

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