Why do People Make and Eat Salted Duck Eggs?

Saturday, June 15, 2019
Salted duck eggs are ready to eat

When I was a college student, I always eat salt duck eggs. I thought it is because salt eggs contain highly energy and protein.

In reality, duck eggs are better than chicken eggs in term of protein content. 9 grams of protein for a duck egg and 6 grams for chicken eggs.

The salted duck egg is a Chinese traditional food, and then well known in South East Asian countries such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.

Why do People Make and Eat Salted Duck Eggs, not chicken egg? The answers are:
- Texture of duck eggs absorbs salt (brine) easier than chicken eggs
- A duck egg is tastier
- A duck egg is fresh longer
- A duck egg contains Omega-3 fatty acids more than chicken eggs
- People who allergic to eggs are prefer duck eggs than chicken eggs.

Cooked salted duck eggs

We can find salted duck eggs in almost Asian groceries (Chinese, Vietnamese, Thailand), here, in America. The salted eggs are cooked, and ready to eat.

Some people use cooked salted duck eggs as food flavor. They also use it as a condiment. Tasteful.

Wrapped salted duck eggs

In addition to protein, one salted duck egg also contains 1 gram and 9.6 gram of carbohydrate and fat consecutively. All these 3 nutrients are good for skin and muscle cares.

Sure, duck eggs are rich in vitamin (B12 and A) and minerals (selenium and iron). Selenium is good for hormone production. Iron used to increase oxygen contents in blood cells.

However, if you concern with highly salted and cholesterol, you should eat no more than one salted duck egg in a day or avoid at all.

Recently, I myself very rarely eat salted duck eggs, may be just two or three times in a year.

Have you taste salted duck eggs?

40 comments:

  1. Nigdy nie jadłam jajek z kaczki, choć kaczkę jadłam:)

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      Why do People Make and Eat Salted Duck Eggs, not chicken egg? The answers are:
      - Texture of duck eggs absorbs salt (brine) easier than chicken eggs
      - A duck egg is tastier
      - A duck egg is fresh longer
      - A duck egg contains Omega-3 fatty acids more than chicken eggs
      - People who allergic to eggs are prefer duck eggs than chicken eggs.

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  2. I have never heard of salted duck eggs before. How interesting.

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      When I was a college student, I always eat salt duck eggs. I thought it is because salt eggs contain highly energy and protein.

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      Cooked salted duck eggs

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  3. I must admit to never having heard of salted duck eggs, until now. I am afraid that I would worry about taking extra salt. Most people take too much salt without introducing it to their eggs.

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    1. I see... yes, I am include the people who worry with too much salt.

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      The salted duck egg is a Chinese traditional food, and then well known in South East Asian countries such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.

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      We can find salted duck eggs in almost Asian groceries (Chinese, Vietnamese, Thailand), here, in America. The salted eggs are cooked, and ready to eat.

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  4. Hi Tanza! Thanks for this informative article. I have never eaten salted duck eggs, but I once had a large, beautiful ceramic pot they stored them in, which I bought at a shop in Chinatown, New York City. Maybe I'll try eating one some day!
    God bless,
    Laurie

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    1. I see.... many my American friends even don't know that salted duck eggs are exist in the market.

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      Why do People Make and Eat Salted Duck Eggs, not chicken egg? The answers are:
      - Texture of duck eggs absorbs salt (brine) easier than chicken eggs
      - A duck egg is tastier
      - A duck egg is fresh longer
      - A duck egg contains Omega-3 fatty acids more than chicken eggs
      - People who allergic to eggs are prefer duck eggs than chicken eggs.

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    2. Why do People Make and Eat Salted Duck Eggs?
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      Some people use cooked salted duck eggs as food flavor. They also use it as a condiment. Tasteful.

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      Cooked salted duck eggs

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      Wrapped salted duck eggs

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  6. Because, they are bad for themselve!

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      In addition to protein, one salted duck egg also contains 1 gram and 9.6 gram of carbohydrate and fat consecutively. All these 3 nutrients are good for skin and muscle cares.

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  7. Interesting! I have never had them but it sounds like something my chap would enjoy. Thanks for introducing me to their nutritional value.

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      Some people use cooked salted duck eggs as food flavor. They also use it as a condiment. Tasteful.

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  9. Saya suka dan seringkali makan telur asin ..., karena enak dan bergizi :)

    Di Indonesia, telur asin yang terkenal dari kota Brebes.
    Rasa telurnya bisa berbeda dengan telur asin dari kota lain.

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    1. me too...yummy.
      I see...Brexit

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  10. I haven't tested salted duck eggs before. I don't know if I can find it in Turkey or not.

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    1. I see... it traditional food of far east and south east Asian countries.

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      Sure, duck eggs are rich in vitamin (B12 and A) and minerals (selenium and iron). Selenium is good for hormone production. Iron used to increase oxygen contents in blood cells.

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  11. Estupenda tu entrada! Espero verte pronto por mi blog! Feliz fin de semana precios@! ♥️♥️♥️

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      However, if you concern with highly salted and cholesterol, you should eat no more than one salted duck egg in a day or avoid at all.

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  12. Ohh wow I need to try this!

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  13. I never tried it, looks nice ^^
    xx

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  14. I have never eaten salted duck eggs. Thanks for telling where I can find them.
    I am going to try these eggs!

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    1. You may taste, but careful with high content of salt....

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      When I was a college student, I always eat salt duck eggs. I thought it is because salt eggs contain highly energy and protein.

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      In reality, duck eggs are better than chicken eggs in term of protein content. 9 grams of protein for a duck egg and 6 grams for chicken eggs.

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  16. Interesting post. I've never eaten much eggs in my life so I haven't tried duck eggs either.

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