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What are quails?

Quails have been delicacy game birds since the days of the Pharaohs. Ancient history indicates that quail eggs have been priced for their dietary and healing properties. Quail breeding was promoted by ancient Japanese Emperors who believed in its medicinal value. Some people say they have only read about quails in the Bible where God fed the people of Israel with quail and manna in the desert, but they say they have never seen nor eaten quails.

Quail meat has low cholesterol value!

Quail meat is a sweet and delicate game meat with extremely low skin fat and low cholesterol value. Quails have a natural resistance to infection, and therefore do not need antibiotic treatment to cure or prevent infections.
The quail meat is therefore free of medications commonly given to other domestic birds that are bred for meat. Quail meat is rich in micronutrients and a wide range of vitamins including the B complex, folate and vitamin E and K. It is therefore recommended for people with high cholesterol levels and those who want to maintain a low level of cholesterol.

How do you prepare quail meat?

There are several recipes for quail meat. Charcoal grilled quail meat is a delicacy. One cooked bird contains about 160 calories, 6 grams of fat, 56 mg of cholesterol and 23 grams of protein.

How do you prepare quail eggs?

Quail eggs can be boiled, poached, scrambled and fried. They are suitable for vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.