The benefits and harms of eggs
Poultry farmers love indotka and not in vain. This bird is an unpretentious quiet man, which is nice to keep in your yard. They breed it for meat - tasty, reminiscent of game, and low-fat, and also for the sake of eggs. Indoor eggs are worth it to get them, their taste and benefits for people are undeniable.
The egg of the indochka whose photo you can see is white, elongated, with a strong shell. Size - a little larger than chicken, up to 70 g in weight, and looks slightly pointed. Dense protein, large bright orange yolk. Indoor chicken and eggs are identical in taste, although gourmets distinguish a delicate aftertaste. They can be eaten, but there are some limitations.
Indoor eggs are not exotic, but you can’t call them common goods, besides, they cost a lot, and therefore it will not be easy to find them in an ordinary store, so you have to go around farms and markets, but it's worth it. The benefit and harm from them is about the same as from the products of other species of poultry. Except that no one eats them raw, and if they only eat after thorough cleaning.
Benefit and harm
Indoor eggs contain the lion's share of the elements useful to the human body.
- Vitamins strengthen the nervous system and immunity.
- Calcium and phosphorus give strength to the teeth and healthy hair.
- The product contains a huge amount of protein, which is why it is always included in the diet of athletes, as well as men and women seeking to build muscle.
- Eating musk duck eggs regularly can improve blood circulation and metabolism in the body.
- Favorably affect people whose body has been depleted by a long illness.
The benefits of the product are undeniable, but serious harm can also be obtained.
- It contains a lot of fats, so you should not eat eggs more than 1-2 times a week. People who are overweight and obese should be especially careful.
- The shells are inhabited by bacteria causing intestinal infection and salmonella, digestive problems and intoxication. Bacteria are present on any eggs, including those taken from domestic animals grown at home. In order to avoid the aforementioned ailments, products must be thoroughly washed before use, then cooked for 15 minutes or more. Chicken is also recommended to cook, because there are no less bacteria on their shells.
- Indoor eggs can not be fed to children, as they are too heavy for their delicate stomachs.
- Before preparing dishes from a product, it is worth checking whether there is an individual intolerance to it.
Indoor eggs, especially those obtained at home, are a delicious and delicate delicacy. They bring only benefits and pleasant sensations to those who eat them correctly, having prepared them beforehand. Those who eat them in a hurry, raw in large quantities, are their own enemies.
First of all, the use of eggs belongs to the culinary sphere. The product is added to salads and cold soups. There are a variety of exotic dishes, including eggs from homemade musk ducks. For example, in Japan they prefer to preserve them and eat in this form. For some dishes, the product is least suitable, for example, when fried, it is inferior in taste to chicken eggs. Chicken is so popular because people are accustomed to their taste and smell, as a result, not everyone likes the taste of products received from the indochie.
In addition to salads, soups and other dishes, eggs can and should be used in the manufacture of baking. Protein has an elastic and oily structure, and the buns and pastries made from it are very tender and delicious. However, it is better not to do mayonnaise and whipped proteins, because it is important not to eat raw eggs.
A large number of eggs is harmful due to fat, but for the same reason, excellent cosmetics are made from products. Moreover, nourishing face and hair masks, conditioner can be made at home - all you need is a bit of exposure and exact adherence to the recipe. It is especially nice to use your duck eggs for cosmetic purposes.
How many eggs an indigenous girl lays depends on many factors, starting from her age and state of health, ending with the conditions in which the egg is laid. Domestic musk ducks have good egg production, and under ideal conditions they can bring up to 120 pieces per year. Ideal conditions are not common, so you need to count on 100 - this number is suitable for breeding birds at home, but too small for business.
Before laying, you need to prepare a nest. The duck prefers a cozy nest away from the hustle and bustle, safe enough for the intended offspring. The size of the nest should be medium depth.
The place for the nest should be away from moisture and drafts. For some houses, creating nests is a creative process.
An indigenous girl lays eggs every day, starting from morning to lunch. Some poultry houses try to pick up food immediately after they appear, but this is not worth it. It is better to wait until at least 20 are typed in the nest, then they can be sent for storage or left to the female, who begins to hatch them.
The problems faced by poultry houses during this period are as follows:
- Females in a “delicate” position are scrupulous in relation to cleanliness and tranquility. If you are going to pick up the goods, you need to proceed carefully - when there is no duck in the nest. A frightened bird may stop trotting or will not want to hatch offspring.
- It is important to monitor the diet and the state of health of birds, especially when the time of laying is suitable: the egg laying of the birds depends on this.
- An indigenous woman who saw that one should not expect hatching from some eggs, the embryo has stopped, can eat them.
- It is necessary to make rigorous selection, including using transillumination. Deformed eggs, from which hatching cannot occur, must be removed from under the laying hens.
In order not to harm the embryos or the taste of the product, you need to determine how long the storage should last. Timing depends on what the storage method will be. In any case, the eggs should be handled as delicately as possible, because they are fragile and quickly deteriorate.
- If you intend to use indoor products for food, they should be stored in the refrigerator. Average shelf life is 6-7 days. Raw eggs come in even stricter: for 2-3 days they should not be eaten. Anyone who eats products that have been kept in the refrigerator for longer is at risk for digestive problems.
- To store products for hatching will have to be completely different. Eggs will need to be taken from the nest almost immediately after their appearance, it is recommended to do this while the duck is on a walk. On the trays they are kept in a horizontal position and are occasionally turned over. The average air temperature is 10 ° C and the humidity is 80%. In the first case, with the method described above, they are stored for about 10 days. The number of days can be slightly increased by warming the eggs.
The success of hatching depends on how much time the eggs spent in storage. Their eggs, obtained from their own indole, are much tastier than bought ones, but you will have to try to get them more, however, as they say, you can’t easily pull a fish out of the pond.