Yay! I’ve converted Hels to the wonder that is a goose egg. We’ve just had some (well, one each – you don’t need any more) for brekkie with lovely bread soldiers. Heavenly.

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  1. They are about three times the size of a normal chicken’s egg, and very richly flavoured. Geese only lay eggs in the spring, so you generally only see them for sale in late March, April and early May. They are not easy to find – mine came from a friend that keeps geese. Some farm shops have them. In town centres, only the best specialist delis are likely to have them.

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