Can You Eat Snake Eggs?


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If they are large enough, yes, you can. I've actually tried Burmese Python eggs before, since I was not planning on incubating that clutch. Burmese Python eggs are at least twice the size of a chicken egg, and have more yolk in proportion to "white" than a chicken egg does, and have a bit stronger, richer taste, but other than that, there's not much difference. The texture of the shell is the main difference, since snake eggs do not have a hard, rigid shell like bird eggs do, but have a more leathery shell that you have to slit open with a knife instead of cracking it open, but again, there's not much difference in what's inside.

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