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Eggs Do You Know What You're Eating

At the end of a taxing day, most of us find ourselves on auto-pilot when we stop at the grocery store on our way home.More often than not, we simply snatch up a bottle of milk, a few basic dinner supplies and a carton of eggs and run to the checkout counter.Have you ever stopped to consider what you are actually eating when it comes to the eggs that you purchase? sometimes, regardless of how delicious the savoury seasoning mix that you use to spice up your egg recipes is, it simply isn't enough to cover up the truth regarding how those eggs actually landed up on your plate.Let us take a more detailed look.Free range while many people think that 'free range' means that the hens have been allowed to roam happily around a meadow day in and day out, unfortunately, this is not always the case.While it is better to buy free range eggs than it is to buy 'grain fed' eggs, the fact of the matter is that many of these so-called 'free range' hens are actually kept in very confined spaces.While the spaces are not as confined as a battery would be, they are still considered to be quite cruel.In order to use this term on the packaging of their product, farmers are only required to provide each hen with a small patch of dirt.Not exactly 'free' range, is it? grain fed this is a term that is used in order to avoid having to mention the fact that the hens that are responsible for producing the eggs have been mass produced and are confined to a cage.Needless to say, this is an extremely cruel practice.The eggs produced in a battery are also less nutritious and tend to be smaller as a result - which is why it is better for everyone not to purchase these eggs.Farm eggs if you have ever bought a tray of eggs from a farmers' market, you will be well aware of the massive difference in quality.Due to the fact that most of these hens are grass fed and are allowed to roam the fields of the farm, the eggs are more nutritious and they are generally much larger.If you are looking to enjoy a taste sensation, as well as helping to get rid of the many cruel systems surrounding the production of eggs, these are the eggs to use in all of your egg recipes from here on out! regardless of the eggs that you choose to buy, the most important thing is to ensure that you have access to a seasoning mix that adds to the overall flavour of the dishes that you choose to cook.Why not give a peri-peri seasoning a try for a real, taste-bud tingling kick? happy eating!.

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