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Quail egg / quail eggs

Plural: Quail eggs

Quick answers

Calories, Allergies and healthiness.

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Calories Low Quail egg contains 158 calories per 100g and can be considered low in calories.
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Allergy and hypersensitivity egg, chicken feather Quail egg can cause allergic / hypersensitivity reactions for parts of the population.
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Healthiness Excellent Quail egg is a great healthy option and can be consumed in larger amounts regularly.

Information

Everything you need to know and a little bit more.

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Handling

Storage Refrigerator
Temperature +4°C to +8°C
Shelf life / Best before 42 days
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Freezing

Can quail egg be frozen? No
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Nutritional values per 100g

Energy 158 kcal / 661 kj
Fat 11,1 g
Saturated fat 3,56 g
Carbohydrates 0,41 g
Sugars 0,4 g
Protein 13 g
Salt 0,14 g
Nutritional values in plain text
Quail egg has a medium-high amount of fat with a pretty high amount being saturated fat. Contains a low amount of carbohydrates and a low amount of sugars. Quail egg contains a decent amount of protein and contains a pretty high amount of salt.
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Vitamins and minerals

calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin b6, folate, choline, vitamin b12, vitamin a, retinol, carotene, vitamin e, vitamin d, vitamin d3, vitamin k
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Cholesterol

Quail egg contains 844 mg kolesterol per 100g and can be considered to have a high cholesterol value.
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Allergy and hypersensitivity

Allergies egg
Cross-Reactivities chicken feather
Labeling requirement (EU) Yes
Labeling requirement means that the product contains allergens that have special labeling requirements. Either in the product itself or from its ingredients.
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Diets

Keto friendly Yes
LCHF friendly Yes
Sugar free (under 0,5g) Yes
Fat-free (under 0,5g) No
Gluten-free Yes
Dairy free Yes
Lactose free Yes
Vegetarian Yes
Vegan No
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Weight and volume

1 l quail egg in grams 970 g
1 dl quail egg in grams 97 g
1 cl quail egg in grams 9,7 g
1 ml quail egg in grams 0,97 g
1 tbsp quail egg in grams 14,55 g
1 tsp quail egg in grams 4,85 g
1 krm quail egg in grams 0,97 g
1 kg quail egg in liters 1,03 liters
1 hg quail egg in dl 1,03 dl
1 g quail egg in ml 1,03 ml
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Exercise

Run, ride a bike or go to the gym to burn off the calories.

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Running 2,63 km / 100g To burn off a 100g of quail egg you need to run about 2,63 km at a decent tempo.
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Biking 5,64 km / 100g To burn off a 100g of quail egg you need to ride a bike about 5,64 km at a decent pace.
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Swimming 47 min / 100g To burn off a 100g of quail egg you need to swim for 47 minutes at a decent intensity.
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Gym 95 min / 100g To burn off a 100g of quail egg you need to workout for 95 minutes at a decent intensity.