Do I have to eat the beak?
Don’t worry. We’re going to drill a hole in the egg, then fit a wooden chopstick to the drill and put that in there at high speed. Result: Filtered and scrambled.
Ostrich eggs have very little yolk, by the way.
If you are looking for a place to donate to help out the people in the Philippines, Eli Rabett has a list of places HERE
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I and the BIRD … not just a Web Carnival any more