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Turkey eggs are about the size of duck eggs, typically brown and speckled. They taste similar to hen eggs but with a richer and creamier yolk. Some chefs believed turkey eggs to make superior sauces and contribute a chewier texture in baked goods. Turkey eggs contain nearly twice as many calories as hen eggs. Turkey eggs are a rarity in the market due to the expense associated with the cost of production. Turkeys lay less frequently than hens, require more feed and space to grow and lay.
Turkey eggs are available spring through early summer.