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So, I’m currently on this crazy vacation that has me going everywhere and seeing people from all sorts of stages of my life. The first part of the trip involved San Diego, feeding some birds, feeding a gazelle, and finally feeding myself by buying and cooking an ostrich egg.

As the YouTube video demonstrates, we actually managed to save the shell by drilling a hole in both ends and blowing the insides out. By various accounts, one ostrich egg is equivalent to anywhere between 18 and 24 chicken eggs. So, naturally, we made a giant fritatta with about a pound each of asparagus, mushrooms, zucchini, leeks, and gruyere cheese. It was huge, but delicious.

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