" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

October 25, 2018

Cage-Free vs Free-Range vs Pasture-Raised Eggs?

Roosters vs ...?
The football season is over for the year in Australia (yeah OK, the A-League soccer comp is starting, but that is as boring as watching cricket I think) and the Roosters won the grand final for 2018, even though any intelligent Rugby League fan (that's Sharks supporters if you couldn't work that out;-) knows that the Sharks should have won it ... again.
But who won the final is not important, the main point is the Melbourne Storm lost it:-) 
This post isn't about football or the Roosters or roosters, because I know that roosters don't lay eggs.
It's about hens and the conditions that they get to lay their eggs in to make the most nutritious eggs for egg eaters like me.
And for eggs to suck for all you Storm supporters out there.
I'm glad that I listened to the gals at the 'Vegetarian Zen' podcast, because I've been buying the "cage-free" eggs and ripping myself off nutritionally just to save a few cents.
And if you can find the pastor raised eggs on the supermarket shelf that were mentioned in the podcast then that will be a miracle.
Although in the USA I wouldn't be surprised to see those kind of eggs on the shelf really.
VZ 279: Cage-Free vs. Free-Range vs. Pasture-Raised Eggs : Demystifying Egg Labeling
Click on the link above to go to the podcast site to listen to some good egg info.
I certainly won't be buying my eggs from an evil Coop from now on, even if they practice "dirt bathing" on the farm.
Cooper Cronk

UPDATE: October 3rd, 2019
I gave up eating eggs months ago when I found out how bad they were for my prostate.
And as for the 2019 NRL Grand Final -

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