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Quail eggs 3 Dozen - $10 (Pikesville)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: Coturnix
model name / number: Italian
Quail eggs are rapidly gaining traction in cooking, as a healthy alternative to chicken eggs. Our one year old adult quail are cared for as one would care for a pet and readily eat from our hand. Their food source is organic feed, along with meal worms, egg shells and Steel Cut Oats. We provide only filtered water to our little feathery critters and clean their entire living area weekly.

We offer fresh Italian Coturnix Quail eggs for sale.

3 dozen eggs for $10

Local pick up is at 7-11 Parking lot at 1204 Reisterstown Rd, Pikesville, MD 21208.

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One quail egg contains only 14 calories but is rich in a variety of vitamins and minerals, including selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12, and choline. Quail eggs contain high amounts of vitamin A, which helps prevent cataracts and other vision issues. Vitamin A also helps the heart, lungs, kidneys, and other organs work properly.

They taste remarkably like chicken eggs but are small — typically just one-third the size of a standard chicken egg. They have cream-colored shells with brown splotches and deep-yellow yolks.

For their size, they are packed with nutrients, but there are some precautions to take when dealing with them, especially if you are pregnant or have an egg allergy. (Google search "quail eggs for pregnant women".)

Nutrition:

Quail eggs are small, so three to four of them roughly equate to the serving size of one chicken egg.

One quail egg (typically 9 grams) contains:

Calories: 14
Protein: 1 gram
Fat: 1 gram
Carbs: 0 grams
Fiber: 0 grams
Choline: 4% of the Daily Value (DV)
Riboflavin: 6% of the DV
Folate: 2% of the DV
Pantothenic acid: 3% of the DV
Vitamin A: 2% of the DV
Vitamin B12: 6% of the DV
Iron: 2% of the DV
Phosphorus: 2% of the DV
Selenium: 5% of the DV

For being so small, these eggs are surprisingly rich in nutrients. A single quail egg provides a significant chunk of your daily vitamin B12, selenium, riboflavin, and choline needs, along with some iron , all in a serving that contains only 14 calories. Meanwhile, vitamin B12 and iron promote healthy nervous system function and help maintain optimal energy levels through their roles in red blood cell formation.

Selenium and riboflavin are important nutrients that help your body break down the food you eat and transform it into energy. Selenium also helps ensure healthy thyroid function.

In addition, choline is vital to helping your body make acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that sends messages from your nervous system to your muscles.

Benefits:

Quail eggs are rich in nutrients and full of health-promoting antioxidants that may help reverse cellular damage and treat allergy symptoms.

One 7-day study in 77 people with allergic rhinitis found symptoms like sneezing, congestion, and runny nose improved within 1 hour of taking a quail egg antioxidant and zinc supplement. However, it’s unclear if the egg compounds alone were responsible for the benefits.

Plus, a mouse study found that quail egg yolk alleviated symptoms of eosinophilic esophagitis, a severe inflammatory condition caused by food allergies.

Quail eggs contain antioxidants that may help treat symptoms of allergic rhinitis and eosinophilic esophagitis. Still, more research is needed.
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