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    I opened a thread on eggs

    I remember on my mom's family farm in armenia they had lots of eggs...I fished for a few and what I remember most on my last trip was how hard the eggs there were to crack. The shells were a lot stronger than the average california egg. Weird.
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    Yesterday I was wondering why extra large eggs were called extra large when they're basically the same as large eggs. If they were ostrich eggs, they could be called extra large eggs. But I heard duck eggs were soft and rubbery. Or maybe those were turtle eggs. Are ostrich eggs as crackable and edible as chicken eggs? Quail eggs are cute. Three quail eggs are equal to two chicken eggs. I like Americana chickens because they lay green eggs. An Americana ostrich would be nice if they laid giant green eggs. But ostriches would probably be difficult to keep. I'd settle for Americana geese. I know goose eggs are like extra-large chicken eggs. This reminds me of a Dr. Seuss book. That tiny hummingbird egg? Typing of tiny eggs, when I first saw this thread title I thought you might be referring to human eggs. I have some of those.

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    Eggs are disgusting.

    Also: keeping the a fridge is fucking ridiculous.
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    eggs are my go-to when i don't feel like thinking about what to cook because i always have eggs and bread around the house and its easy to crack an egg in the pan and plop a slice of bread into the toaster.

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    This is amusing though. Those fucking Chinese.

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    i think ppl should be aware of where their food comes from. i only buy eggs from my farmers market...they are cert organic and free range. they have the most tasty eggs i've ever had because their chickens eat bugs. i don't like missing the market on sundays which means i won't have eggs for the rest of the week like i did this past sunday; now i want fried rice
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post
    Eggs are lovely and I eat them all the fucking time, but when I cook them in the microwave they smell like farts. :/
    Eggs in a microwave is iffy but one thing I like to do is take some eggs, 1-2 eggs and mix it 1/4 cup chicken broth and season to taste. Mix it well to get it nicely aerated but not too much. Then I just nuke it for 30s and it form this sort of custard thing which is very mild, fluffy and has a very soft texature. Don't cook it too long because it only really need a small amount of time 30s-1 minute. It should be very delicate but tasty. You can top it with all sort of things and add things like garlic to it.

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    In Germany you can either buy eggs from indoor broilers, free-range broilers and organic broilers. I always take the last one, though they are more expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    I eat a lot of eggs.
    http://nutritionfacts.org/index.php?s=eggs Party Poopah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post
    Eggs are lovely and I eat them all the fucking time, but when I cook them in the microwave they smell like farts. :/
    I take them for a snack to work and i always get "what is that smell in here?" I just say "whatever it is, it isn't as bad as anal glands" *veterinary hospitals*
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    I miss my country life, not just my home but the neighbor had the best little hard-working family farm - fresh eggs! Orange yolks! So superior in taste! But better still was the raw milk from Jersey cows. I made my own butter with the cream and it was the best milk, and so good for you. I have no source for raw milk now, so I travel a bit to get non-homogenized milk that is only lightly pasteurized in small batches from a local dairy. And its not cheap. The raw milk was cheap, and so were those perfect eggs from their clean farm......

    P.S. And yes, real eggs nice hard shells! Speaking of shells, I usually had a basket somewhat-dirty fresh farm eggs on the counter. Because if you don't wash them, you don't need to refrigerate them! How about that?

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    I was never an eggg....


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    Amber casts infinity of shadows, and my Avalon had cast many of its own, because of my presence there. I might be known on many earths that I had never trod, for shadows of myself had walked them, mimicking imperfectly my deeds and my thoughts. -Carl Corey(Corwin)CC

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    Eggs are just beautiful. You can make so many different tasting dishes with them and they're so healthy for you. I love you eggs <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by kadda1212 View Post
    In Germany you can either buy eggs from indoor broilers, free-range broilers and organic broilers.
    I get mine from Lidl. Dirt cheap of course, who cares about animal welfare?
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    Quote Originally Posted by consentingadult View Post
    I get mine from Lidl. Dirt cheap of course, who cares about animal welfare?
    A lot of people care about it. I only buy organic ones. They also taste better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kadda1212 View Post
    A lot of people care about it. I only buy organic ones. They also taste better.
    Nonsense, most of them don't care about it, they are just socially positioning themselves. They just want to believe they are caring, ethically behaving people. Ecological stores only exist to satisfy the need for this illusion. A truly ethically produced egg is outrageously expensive.
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    I imagine it depends on whether the eggs are sourced ethically or logically. Although I don't know what is ethical about taking away children away from chickens and then consuming them in a variety of different ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    I imagine it depends on whether the eggs are sourced ethically or logically. Although I don't know what is ethical about taking away children away from chickens and then consuming them in a variety of different ways.
    In the western world,most people have this attitude of absolutism towards what is ethical or not. It is a very ego-centric attitude whereby individual people elevate their personal standards beyond the boundaries of the here and now. But anthropologically, ethics is just a way to organize social groups to whatever needs arise today. Such uis the nature of Ti and Fi (and Te and Fe as well): to function as institutional methods for controlling peoples behavior in a group. There are no absolutes when it comes to ethics, and in the larger scheme of nature and reality, there is no such thing as good or bad. These only exist in social groups.

    Taking away chicks from hens is neither good nor bad. Changing the climate is neither good or bad either. These are just things that can happen. Or not. Once an individual understands this principle, he or she will have transcended the egocentric attitude, no longer taking him or herself as a mathematical or teleological measuring lint by which to measure and judge everything else.

    Paradoxically, from this letting-go-of-the-ego, a totally different and rare kind of ethics can come about: the ethics of love and compassion. But not many people accomplish this escape from social constructs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    Although I don't know what is ethical about taking away children away from chickens and then consuming them in a variety of different ways.
    0_o What.

    First it was, "Poor kids just want to play with the chickens."
    then cannibalism

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbie the Child View Post
    0_o What.

    First it was, "Poor kids just want to play with the chickens."
    then cannibalism
    I was talking about eating chicken children. I don't have an issue with the consumption of hume children.

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    SubT only eats unfertilized chicken eggs because eating fertilized chicken eggs is unethical.
    This same concern does not carry over to mammals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbie the Child View Post
    SubT only eats unfertilized chicken eggs because eating fertilized chicken eggs is unethical.
    This same concern does not carry over to mammals.
    Mammals took over the dinosaurs because of some asteroid hitting a part of what is now South America...also, people don't naturally warm to reptiles. I think therefore that dinosaurs and their kin should be given their time in the Sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    I was talking about eating chicken children. I don't have an issue with the consumption of hume children.
    So, ****** lives but David Hume gets postnatally aborted? The baby-eating atheists even turn on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    I imagine it depends on whether the eggs are sourced ethically or logically. Although I don't know what is ethical about taking away children away from chickens and then consuming them in a variety of different ways.
    What do you mean by "it"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    Sexual turbidity.
    And what in the original post (since you didn't quote anyone) do you mean to refer to with that? The constitution of the shell? I mean that depends to a degree on diet which would have to do with how the chickens are raised, but it also has to do with breed of chicken and other specific genetic markers of the chicken. Since chickens are not vegetarians, letting them roam outside and pick and worms or mice would allow them to better meet their nutritional needs and thus allow them more protein and calcium when it comes to the production of eggs which may result in a more firm shell. The rest of your post seems venture in an entirely different direction from the quality of the egg though, while your grammar suggests that you intend to connect the two seemingly separate points, so this seems like a bit of a bizarre answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumdumho View Post
    And what in the original post (since you didn't quote anyone) do you mean to refer to with that? The constitution of the shell? I mean that depends to a degree on diet which would have to do with how the chickens are raised, but it also has to do with breed of chicken and other specific genetic markers of the chicken. Since chickens are not vegetarians, letting them roam outside and pick and worms or mice would allow them to better meet their nutritional needs and thus allow them more protein and calcium when it comes to the production of eggs which may result in a more firm shell. The rest of your post seems venture in an entirely different direction from the quality of the egg though, while your grammar suggests that you intend to connect the two seemingly separate points, so this seems like a bit of a bizarre answer.
    I was referring the original post generally, which is probably why I didn't feel the need to quote anyone in particular.

    I imagine an upright hen would eat lots of cereal and go for frequent long walks while being productive in a lifelong monogamous union with its chosen rooster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    I was referring the original post generally, which is probably why I didn't feel the need to quote anyone in particular.

    I imagine an upright hen would eat lots of cereal and go for frequent long walks while being productive in a lifelong monogamous union with its chosen rooster.
    LOL well it is pretty interesting where different animals similarity to us lies, and its not where a lot of people suspect it does, although in both cases relevant to this thread, cereal is not the best dietary choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumdumho View Post
    LOL well it is pretty interesting where different animals similarity to us lies, and its not where a lot of people suspect it does, although in both cases relevant to this thread, cereal is not the best dietary choice.
    yes, cereal is very bad for their health, particularly when they are overfed. The "Sexual turbidity" post was a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    yes, cereal is very bad for their health, particularly when they are overfed. The "Sexual turbidity" post was a joke.
    This is probably true for most things on some level.
    Everything happens for a reason.

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