Miracle Drug Discovered in (Cheap) 1/2 Quail Eggs

Many consumers are showing great interest in a special type of egg: small in size, yet surprisingly affordable, this egg has been dubbed a "miracle drug" due to its numerous health benefits. The egg in question is half the size of a quail egg, and popularly known as the 'bait egg'!

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Baba eggs are smaller in size compared to quail eggs, but they have a high nutritional value. In this article, we will explore this type of egg offered by Bach Hoa Xanh.

1 What are tortoiseshell eggs?

Tortoiseshell eggs are the eggs of turtles. They have a small and beautiful shape, resembling marbles. These eggs are smaller than quail eggs and have a milky white color. The shell of tortoiseshell eggs is hard and brittle, making it easy to break.

The tortoiseshell egg is the egg of the tortoise, with a small and pretty shape
The tortoiseshell egg is the egg of the tortoise, with a small and pretty shape

Typically, these eggs are used for steaming or boiling. The yolk of baba eggs has a similar greasy taste, while the white is clear and jelly-like when cooked. Additionally, tortoiseshell eggs do not have a fishy smell.

The selling price of tortoiseshell eggs ranges from 2,000 to 10,000 VND per egg, depending on the number of buyers.

2 The nutritional benefits of tortoiseshell eggs

Tortoiseshell eggs are not only delicious but also highly nutritious. They contain a high amount of protein and fat compared to other types of eggs.

The content of protein and fat in tortoiseshell eggs is quite high
The content of protein and fat in tortoiseshell eggs is quite high

Tortoiseshell eggs are beneficial for young children, people who have just woken up, and are considered a miracle remedy to enhance male physiology. They are also used for nourishment and treatment of various diseases such as sweating, intelligence development, asthma treatment, prevention of premature birth in pregnant women, hemorrhoids, and chronic dysentery, among others.

3 Considerations when consuming tortoiseshell eggs

Although tortoiseshell eggs are highly beneficial for the body, there are certain exceptions. Associate Professor Nguyen Duy Thinh from the Food and Biotechnology Institute of Hanoi University of Science and Technology advises that people with cardiovascular disease should limit their intake. Additionally, individuals should consider if their body is suitable for consuming tortoiseshell eggs or not.

People with cardiovascular disease should limit eating bacon eggs
People with cardiovascular disease should limit eating bacon eggs

Due to the fact that turtles are cold-blooded animals, their eggs have certain characteristics that may not be suitable for everyone. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider before consuming tortoiseshell eggs.

Above is the information about tortoiseshell eggs as well as considerations when consuming them. We hope that this article has provided you with new and interesting knowledge.

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