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Comments for: Lunchtime
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 21, 2013 12:14PM

Meh, I outsmarted ya this time 'berto!

Fixed up an omlette w/fresh eggs right outta my hens asses, sliced peppers from the garden, then threw in some slices of chicken I barbqued out on the grill, then topped it all with shredded sharp cheddar cheese, and savored that delicious concoction ..... before lookin at your lunch pic tongue
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woberto Report This Comment
Date: November 21, 2013 06:00PM

That sounds good.
to wit Eggs are funny things.
We are basically eating the period of a hen.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 21, 2013 09:49PM

Well, not exactly. Some are actually fertilized, not quite the same thing since the period is the womans body flushin away the unfertilized egg.

Thanks for that anyway ... ass! Made my belly start feelin like this just ponderin it ---> (*horse*)

woberto Report This Comment
Date: November 21, 2013 10:13PM

We don't eat the fertilised ones, only the decoy ones.

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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: November 21, 2013 10:27PM

Balut is a duck egg.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 22, 2013 11:01AM

Right on, and yet dead wrong at the same time 'berto, whatta conundrum eh?

The eggs most people eat come from chicken farms where the chickens don't ever get a chance to get nailed by the roosters and are indeed unfertilized.

The ones from our chickens however who comingle daily with the roosters are indeed often fertilized eggs. The only difference is I collect 'em daily and don't allow the hens to hatch 'em out into chics.

Some folks claim fertilized eggs are healthier, contain more nutrients and such. I make no claim to know one way or the other but I will telllya the eggs our free range and organically fed hens produce are the yummiest I've ever had.

I've compared our eggs to store bought ones side by side in a bowl and the differences are stark to say the least. Our hens egg yolks are almost orange compared to the pale yellow ones that come from the store.

Just started messin with chickens this past summer and haddn had a chance to eat any of them yet but my guess is they'll problee taste better than the store bought variety once I finally get to sample one of 'em.

I feed 'em a lil bit of organic feed and cracked corn every mornin when I let 'em out, then they forage for worms, bugs and fresh grass/weed shoots all day till I put 'em up just before dark.

Chickens are funny lil animals and quite entertaining, especially when in hot pursuit of a grasshopper, we call it Chicken Tv smiling
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: November 22, 2013 02:16PM

I have heard from doctors that eggs from free range chickens are way better for you and especially good for people with depression. There is something the hens get from eating wild things that gets concentrated in the eggs. I don't know that they've isolated any specific substances but there have been studies done and the evidence is pretty solid. I don't know if fertilized eggs make any difference but the organic fed and free range diet of the hens make magical medicine eggs. They definitely taste much better. So you are doing it right for sure. We used to get them free from a neighbor who always had more eggs than they could eat. Unfortunately they moved and we did too. I'd love to be able to get those eggs again. Someday when we can move back into the country we will. smiling