Eggs

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  1. huntingground

    huntingground Pencillus Maximus Competitor

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    Why take the good stuff out? BB phaggots.
     
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  2. Mr mac

    Mr mac TM Health & Safety officer Top Contributor

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    @huntingground any good London PT will provide all these egg related answers for you. Just find a PT you like and stick with their egg advice. Don't keep coming on here asking for loads of different opinions. Only online egg guy I would use is omelette
     
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    huntingground Pencillus Maximus Competitor

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  4. RS86

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    In all honesty feck knows lol
     
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  5. noel

    noel Top Contributor

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    i love eggs but I just don't know how to cook them
     
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    Darker Orange Egg Yolk = Healthy Pasture-Raised or Forage. A deep orange yolk means the egg is from pasture-raised hens. This color egg yolk indicates a well balanced and healthy chicken diet and an eggwith excellent nutritional value. Hen diets heavy in green plants, yellow corn, alfalfa and other plant material with xanthophylls pigment (a yellow-orange hue) will produce a darker yellow-orange yolk. Diets of wheat or barley produce pale yellow yolks; hens fed white cornmeal produce almost colorless yolks.
     
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