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No wise cracks here: warm water with lemon, protein powder, probiotic and green tea. Bon Apetite! LOL The next meal will be better.

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Mr made breakfast burritos. I only had one, but boy was it good!

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and shhhh I'm in research mode on Quail now lol.

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we mixed duck eggs with chicken eggs 1 duck, 2 chicken to cut down on the richness of the duck eggs.

Good, we have been discussing the cow. I think he thinks I've lost my mind. If I add quail, it just might confirm it to him.

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Pg, we have chicken and Goose eggs, I wont eat the goose eggs though they are too rich and a bit sweeter than the chicken eggs.

We usually give them to a Lady who Dyes them for Easter.

But this year we found a Male to pair with the Female that survived the winter so we are hoping to raise a gaggle of them.

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PG- it might be easier to keep a quail a secret than it would be to keep a cow a secret. Unless we're talking about some genetically modified, gargantuan quail; or a cow that looks like a chicken.

Just sayin'.

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Not that I would buy eggs via amazon, but they sell quail eggs for 12 bucks for 2 dozen.

I'm going to whip up some quiche fillings and freeze them, because I have a feeling when we go back next week-end for more hay that we will end up with more. The hard part will be remembering to thaw them when I want to use them!

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Troop: I had a very good LS friend who lived on a farm and when she gave me eggs for the first time, being a city girl, I had no idea the eggs came in so many colors and the yolks are amazing. There is nothing like farm fresh. I made quail once. I am not fond of it and I think royalty used to eat quail eggs so they are very upscale and I would assume expensive.

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well yesterday I ended up with 57 chicken eggs of all sizes and colors and 10 duck eggs. So yes I think we will be eating a lot of eggs. No quail eggs though, and since we are getting chickens (and a cow shhhh) my husband might kill me if I decide to have quail too.

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VA: That is my only complex carb of the day. On occasion I will have oatmeal.

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