Posts Tagged ‘pastured eggs’

Egg Snobbery September 6, 2015 3 Comments

We’ve had chickens for many years now, and I didn’t realize until recently what a ridiculous egg snob I had become.  I know most of us chicken keepers will brag about how dark our chickens’ egg yolks are, how the yellow is almost orange, and how they won’t break when you drop them in the […]

Vegetarian chickens? Ha! April 10, 2015 5 Comments

One of the weirdest things I see on the cartons  of commercial eggs in stores is this: “Vegetarian-fed.” Vegetarian chickens? Ha! What are they thinking? Chickens are omnivores, so even setting aside the conditions most commercial hens endure, it seems strange that any company would purposefully claim their hens are vegetarian chickens. You don’t have to be an […]

On the Secret Dangers of Chicken Keeping February 6, 2012 15 Comments

I used to love eating breakfast out. My family seldom eats out, actually; we do so maybe four times a year… but once upon a time, my favorite eat-out meal was the weekend mid-morning breakfast. It was just a treat. I loved going to one of the many ridiculous “down home” style chain restaurants, and […]