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 Post subject: Eco-Labels (Organic, Non-GMO, etc)
PostPosted: Fri September 07, 2018 6:54 pm 
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I learned some new info on NPR today re: chicken:

- "Raised without hormones" is an empty claim for chicken producers, because growth hormones have never been allowed in chicken.

-The "Organic" label, when applied to chicken, doesn't kick in until the second day of the hatched bird's life, so anything that happened while in incubation or during it's first day hatched is up for grabs.

- The "Raised without antibiotics" is the most stringent label you'll find on chicken. Taken together with "pasture raised" or "free range" (NOT "cage free," which I already knew was a joke), you know you're getting a high quality bird.


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 Post subject: Re: Eco-Labels (Organic, Non-GMO, etc)
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?


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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

this reads about as credibly as any given two-thousand-and-aughts washing machine post


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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

this reads about as credibly as any given two-thousand-and-aughts washing machine post

Actually, my post was a word-for-word quote of a "friend" on Facebook about how excited she was to find cheap eggs at Aldi.

I buy mine from a local farmer.

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 Post subject: Re: Eco-Labels (Organic, Non-GMO, etc)
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

this reads about as credibly as any given two-thousand-and-aughts washing machine post

Actually, my post was a word-for-word quote of a "friend" on Facebook about how excited she was to find cheap eggs at Aldi.

I buy mine from a local farmer.

the combination of your placketlust and appreciation for a slim sleeve leads me to conclude you're a brown egg enthusiast


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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

Usually around $4.69 in Bozeman, maybe $5.25 if I run out and have to buy them in Big Sky.


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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

this reads about as credibly as any given two-thousand-and-aughts washing machine post

Actually, my post was a word-for-word quote of a "friend" on Facebook about how excited she was to find cheap eggs at Aldi.

I buy mine from a local farmer.

the combination of your placketlust and appreciation for a slim sleeve leads me to conclude you're a brown egg enthusiast

Well done, sir. Most of my local eggs are brown. However, on occasion I get some that are blue. I think the variety that lays them are called Ameraucanas.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
--- wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
--- wrote:
how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

this reads about as credibly as any given two-thousand-and-aughts washing machine post

Actually, my post was a word-for-word quote of a "friend" on Facebook about how excited she was to find cheap eggs at Aldi.

I buy mine from a local farmer.

the combination of your placketlust and appreciation for a slim sleeve leads me to conclude you're a brown egg enthusiast

Well done, sir. Most of my local eggs are brown. However, on occasion I get some that are blue. I think the variety that lays them are called Ameraucanas.

i believe that variety of hen relies on the Human Bass for all of its fertilization-related needs


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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
--- wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
--- wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
--- wrote:
how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

69 cents cage free at Aldi, mofos

this reads about as credibly as any given two-thousand-and-aughts washing machine post

Actually, my post was a word-for-word quote of a "friend" on Facebook about how excited she was to find cheap eggs at Aldi.

I buy mine from a local farmer.

the combination of your placketlust and appreciation for a slim sleeve leads me to conclude you're a brown egg enthusiast

Well done, sir. Most of my local eggs are brown. However, on occasion I get some that are blue. I think the variety that lays them are called Ameraucanas.

:thumbsup: Yep, that'd be Bkue Amercauna. Blue shell with a vibrant orange yolk. They are pretty, but don't think they're otherwise any different.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

Usually around $4.69 in Bozeman, maybe $5.25 if I run out and have to buy them in Big Sky.

how many eggs does the tragabigzanda household go through in a week?


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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

Usually around $4.69 in Bozeman, maybe $5.25 if I run out and have to buy them in Big Sky.

how many eggs does the tragabigzanda household go through in a week?

only about six


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i too like a vivid yolk


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tragabigzanda wrote:
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

Usually around $4.69 in Bozeman, maybe $5.25 if I run out and have to buy them in Big Sky.

how many eggs does the tragabigzanda household go through in a week?

only about six

what is wrong with you


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 Post subject: Re: Eco-Labels (Organic, Non-GMO, etc)
PostPosted: Fri September 07, 2018 7:17 pm 
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

Usually around $4.69 in Bozeman, maybe $5.25 if I run out and have to buy them in Big Sky.

how many eggs does the tragabigzanda household go through in a week?

only about six

what is wrong with you

We do a lot of smoothie bowls with almond butter and chia/hemp seeds. We're getting pretty good protein as it is. I will probably do an egg on a salad for dinner tonight though.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
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tragabigzanda wrote:
--- wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
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how much do you pay for a dozen eggs, tragabigzanda?

Usually around $4.69 in Bozeman, maybe $5.25 if I run out and have to buy them in Big Sky.

how many eggs does the tragabigzanda household go through in a week?

only about six

what is wrong with you

We do a lot of smoothie bowls with almond butter and chia/hemp seeds. We're getting pretty good protein as it is. I will probably do an egg on a salad for dinner tonight though.

you'll never achieve anything approaching an impressive lat flare with that kind of protein intake


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describe your smoothie bowls, either here in this thread or in the health thread authored by the --- account


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Trag, you're fucking with me because of the Can thread incident in other bands, aren't you?


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Trag, you're fucking with me because of the Can thread incident in other bands, aren't you?

???


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Trag, you're fucking with me because of the Can thread incident in other bands, aren't you?

???

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