Are Eggs Considered Dairy or Poultry?

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Eggs are not considered dairy but they are a byproduct from poultry. They are considered their own entity although they tend to have the same benefits as those of dairy products. Eggs can be classified as barn fresh, free range as well as organic.
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They can be seen as dairy - but nutritional wise and allergy wise they are classed just as eggs. But theoretically they are the by product of an animal and not the meat of the animal
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Eighty years ago when the dairy sold milk from an urn into a can they also sold eggs and since both were equally fresh it was a dairy product. From one of three books I have written
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