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What is the difference between a poultry farm egg and a desi egg? Why are some eggs called vegetarian eggs?

Asked by Subodh Varma, 17 Dec '08 11:12 pm
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From poultry eggs you cannot get chicken by hatching where as in desi it is possible
Answered by vijayan menon, 18 Dec '08 09:44 am

 
  
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There is no vegetarian egg. An egg is not vegetarian.
An egg is an unborn chicken!
Answered by Omkar Kalbag, 18 Dec '08 08:36 am

 
  
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A DESI EGG has deep yellow- coloured yoke whereas the poultray egg has light yellow-coloured yoke.Scientifically speaking, there is almost no difference between two
However an Egg is vegi as it cannot reproduce any chick.An egg which can reproduce chick is not Vegitarian egg.
Answered by dev kapoor, 17 Dec '08 11:59 pm

 
  
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