Consumers can purchase duck eggs on eFowl.com and Strombergs.com. Both websites offer duck hatching eggs for meat production and further egg production from several different breeds. More »

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Gamers play “Duck Life 4” using the computer keyboard to train ducks to win races and become the fastest ducks. The game is available to play online for free on arcade websites such as Coolmath-Games.com. More »

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Some places that sell ducks include waterfowl specialists Metzer Farms, and the more general Stromberg's Chicks & Game Birds Unlimited. Prospective owners can buy directly from either company's websites. More »

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Foods that are commonly eaten in China include rice, wheat, millet, buckwheat, bean sprouts, tofu, vegetables, noodles, eggs, ginger, pork, chicken, beef, duck and seafood. Rice is a staple food traditionally served with... More »

Foie gras is a luxury food item made from the liver of a duck or a goose severely fattened by force-feeding. This dish, regarded as a delicacy by some, has been the source of much controversy. Many people consider its pr... More »

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Foie gras is a pate made from fatted duck or goose liver. The liver is marinated in wine and seasonings and then cooked by baking or other means, depending on the producer. More »

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Coleslaw's roots can be traced back to the ancient Romans, who served cabbage with eggs, vinegar and spices; no specific person is credited with its invention. Since then, hundreds of variations have been concocted for t... More »

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