Goose eggs are about three times the size of a chicken egg. The shell of a goose egg is considerably harder and the flavour is richer and more intense than conventional chicken eggs. Many of the nutriets are similar to that of a chicken egg, but multiplied due to their larger size.
A Goose egg provides 379 mg of choline, a nutrient grouped with the B Vitamins. The EDA for choline is 425 mg for most adult females and 550 mg for most adult males. Choline plays an important role in the development of cells and cellular communication. Lack of choline can affect lead to live diseases.