Yes. They are also eaten in the United States. You can find the eggs at specialty stores or at ostrich farms across the nation. Whole foods will often carry them-but be warned-they are expensive. Australians also use the eggs decoratively.
Yes, ostrich eggs are considered edible in Australia. Nutritional facts can be found via a study provided in the first link listed below. Compared to chicken eggs, ostrich eggs are highter in polyunsaturated fatty acids and lower in cholesterol. They are also considerably larger and have been equated to 18-24 chicken eggs. Australian ostrich eggs are most often used for decorating, but when eaten tend to be scrambled or made into omelets.
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