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Nojo on the YoYo
S: 19st8.0lb C: 19st8.0lb G: 11st0.0lb BMI: 47 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
I would think so. Duck eggs are really rich and delicious too! Good present mum!


Slow but sure....
S: 22st0lb C: 19st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 55.1 Loss: 2st7lb(11.36%)
I've need eaten a duck egg, but I suppose an egg is an egg even though it is bigger than a hen's egg so I expect it would be Free....
S: 12st0lb C: 10st2lb G: 8st12lb BMI: 4.6 Loss: 1st12lb(15.48%)
yeah mum got them from farm shop this morning they where yum could not eat them all the time but thanks for you replies guys :thankyou:
S: 12st9.5lb C: 11st12lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 29.4 Loss: 0st11.5lb(6.48%)
I don't see why not!

I have just had fried egg on toast for the first time in a while without feeling guilty, SW rocks!


Finding inspiration
S: 17st9lb C: 14st5lb G: 12st7lb Loss: 3st4lb(18.62%)
This is what it says on the website, where it lists eggs as free:

Versatile, tasty, nutritious and good value, it is no wonder that 27 million eggs are eaten every day! The culinary uses for the humble egg are endless – meringue, omelettes, quiche, cakes, bread, mayonnaise, custard. Hen’s egg are most commonly used, but duck, goose and quails eggs are also popular. Contrary to popular belief brown eggs and white eggs are equally nutritious. The white or albumen of an egg is an excellent source of protein and riboflavin. The yolk is also a good source of protein, iron, vitamin A, vitamin D, choline and phosphorus.

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