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Egg, Cotswold Leghorn
Cotswold Leghorn"s are a bred of hen, originating in South America, but now bred in Britain under the name of Cotswold Leghorn - they are stock by many big supermarkets. Pure white shells are also available. They should be treated as hen"s eggs. See 'Eggs'; 'Eggs and shop labels'; 'Egg, Duck'; 'Egg, Emu'; 'Egg, Goose'; 'Egg' Maran'; 'Egg, Ostrich'; 'Egg, Quail'; "Egg Whites; Whipping";
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