Comments to article «16 Egg Myths We Should Forget About in the 21st Century»

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I really thought that quail eggs are better than chicken ones.
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They are better for people that have egg allergies, and they are higher in several important vitamins and minerals. It was glossed over in this article.
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Wow, I didn't know that the refrigerator door shouldn't be used for eggs. Interesting.
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And what about scrabled eggs? Are they the same healthy as just normally fried eggs?
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So many myths about such a simple product! :)
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This was terrible.
Your picture of supposed caged hens (in your bit about free range versus caged) was of two roosters, and one of them has fowl pox. Plus, caged hens have an AWFUL life - they generally have about enough room to BARELY turn around, and that's it. AND they are generally killed and replaced at factory farms every single year. Great job of glossing over THAT ugly little fact. PLUS, you glossed over the fact that the deeper the color of yolk, the better the hen has been fed (or has had access to live food, too), AND that quail eggs are actually healthier than chicken eggs - and you didn't even MENTION duck, guinea fowl, or goose eggs!

SHAME on you for such an awful article! About the only thing you DID get correct was the variety of egg shell colors not having anything to do with what is inside. But you didn't mention very dark brown eggs, or olive green eggs, either - and that's just for chickens. Other fowl, especially waterfowl, have even more vivid colors of eggs, too.
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When I saw #12 this was what I was thinking....haha
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