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Old 05-03-2008, 07:15 PM   #1
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How about a bucket of breakfast stout?

One of the local farmers tried raising Ostriches for eggs & meat. Found out the hard way they can break your leg with one kick. That was before I moved here, so I never got to try an egg, or even part of one.

I see emu products around once in a while. There are a couple farms.

About the size of a grapefruit.

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well, If I could steal a few emu eggs from the wild ones in the bush, and take down a roo in the back yard, we could have steak and eggs for brekkie! And of course we could also defile the Australian crest of arms at the same time!

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Jeepers, and I thought my Muscovy eggs were portly .


Only problem with hustling eggs from the wild is you never really know what stage of development they are in unless you candle them.

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I had ostrich steak once at a fnacy restuarant in Pennsylvania. Red meat, like beef, but with a different texture. Was actually pretty good!

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When I was in High School a friend of mine had a few emu's. I remember opening his fridge one day and flipping out because I thought he was hatching dinosaurs Jurassic Park style. The eggs are green and huge.

One egg made a scramble for the whole family and me which was 7 people.

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