I know that eggs are a natural food source and are something that our ancestors would have encountered in the wild, but my question is, with what frequency? I do not imagine them being an everyday thing, but I could be wrong. Does anyone have data on this? Educated guesses are welcomed too.
I have seen some documentaries on primitive tribes, and eggs are notably absent from how they describe the diets. Usually it is pork, birds, monkeys, fish, rodents, and other wild game for animals, and potatoes, yucca, corn, and other tubers for starch, and berries and honey for sweet. Just, of course from documentaries that do not gather the full lifestyle and diet.