Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by huntingground, Jul 3, 2018.
That was the tastiest one aswell!
Yolk was a bit pale.
Sticky as ever tho!
Blown my mind up
Free range mixed race
I much prefer dark yolks but as said it doesn't necessarily mean better nutritional value, it can but it can also just be additives in their food.
I'm pretty sure I saw something that showed the 'happy' eggs chicks werent kept in great conditions.
while ago though and probably sorted if there was any truth to it.
my folks have chickens and as nice as it is to grow your own eggs it's not worth the hassle and costs for a small hit and miss quantity of eggs a day.
I like duck eggs
goose eggs not so much
generally have prob 30 eggs a week
but I just buy the value battery hen eggs from supermarket.
about £1.50 for a tray of 15..
Sainsbury's value eggs tend to have dark yolks Tesco pale.
not too fussed about chickens so happily eat battery eggs.
eggcellent story bro
Darker tren means it's more potent so must correlate to egg yolks too
when your piss is the same colour as the yolks
you is in dat der maximum ananbollocks zone brah.
A clear similarity there
Cooking Tesco cheap ass barn eggs you can cook the fucking things for like 3 and half mins and there rock solid
If I get given eggs from my neighbour I can cook them for nearly 5 and there still soft
Play you can definitely see a difference in how well they peel if bolied
notice the whites are more watery on cheap eggs.
poached they have no body and fried they spread like water when cracked into pan.
home chuck eggs don't seem to do this.
like the breasts they must pump em full of water
I'm fuckin fire today.
This thread was a spin off from the London PTs thread. This is already much more informative.
I love eggs
Synergy as well. Yolk and white.
As long as you don't do that wank bodybuilder thing and separate dem yolks and have the boring tasteless whites I think your good to go.
London PT would have charged 50£ for this info
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