Whats The Difference
Glenfin Duck Eggs have more albumen (The protein in the white). The eggs and yolk are larger and they have a richer nutrient level which makes them excellent for baking.Cakes will have a richer texture and retain moisture better.
They also have a longer shelf life as the shells are much thicker
- There are a few physical differences between duck eggs and hen eggs:
- Shells of Glenfin duck eggs are smoother, less porous, tougher than hen eggs.
- There's more colour variation in the shell too.
- Duck eggs contain less water so the eggs are thicker (over-cooking can make them a bit "rubbery")
- Duck eggs tend to be larger.
- Duck eggs tend to have bigger yolks (proportional to the size of the egg)