Seemed like a knowledgeable site. Thats why Im asking.
They said duck eggs are alkaline,chicken eggs aciditic,or vice versa,so I would like to know what people have been doing in keeping duck eggs around,never worried about the chicken eggs at all as they get eaten in a few weeks at most.
Figured if anyone knew,this forum would.
Thanks for any and all replies,seems to be a good question as it seems to be stumping folks.
6 months cleaned and refridgerated. They will stick to the membrane a bit starting right around 5 months old but they are still edible at 6 months. I always crack 2 month and older eggs into another bowl before adding them to what I am making.
My ducks stop laying in October and don't lay again until March or April. I have to make them last because I am not fond of chicken eggs.