Goose egg is a type of egg with a high nutritional value that differs from that of hen in the quantity of
nutrients, fat in particular, and in the shape and weight: 1 goose egg is about 3 times larger than a normal
From a nutritional point of view, this type of egg has a good amount of nutrients and calories (185 kcal per
100 g of product) and, depending on the type of diet followed by the geese and the farming methods, their
eggs are rich in fatty acids like Omega 3.
The protein content is also quite relevant with around 14g of protein per 100g of food. Furthermore, the
proteins they contain are of high biological value, in fact they contain a good amount of essential amino acidsThe amount of carbohydrates is very low with 1 g per 100 g of product.
Goose egg also contains vitamins and minerals, such as folic acid, vitamin B12, vitamin A, as well as
selenium and iron (2.6 g per 100 g of product), phosphorus (200 g each 100 g of product) and calcium (52 g per 100 g of food) in fair quantities.
Compared to a chicken egg, the yolk is more voluminous and with a denser consistency. For this reason,
goose eggs are particularly suitable for recipes in which the yolk is mainly used, such as fresh pasta and
various sweet preparations such as creme brûlé, pudding, baked cakes and custard.
Gluten and lactose free
Store at room temperature or in the fridge
Shelf life: 20 days