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    Christopher Eggs

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    http://www.christophereggs.com/

    These are the eggs I buy. They say they have 660 mg of Omega 3 and that their ratio is 1:1.

    Doesn't that sound marginally insane?

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    Just a tad insane. Partially nutzo, if you will.
    Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

    Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!

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    I tried to access their link to what they feed their chickens and it doesn't work.

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    done
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    I think they inject the individual egg with fish oil
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    are they fish eggs ?

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    I tried some of these to compare them to the Sparboe Farms eggs I have been eating. As far as taste, Sparboe Farms won, in my opinion. Sparboe's were also about a dollar less. However, Sparboe's only have 250mg of Omega 3, 300ug of Lutein.

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    A few times I bought some store brand eggs that have 400mg O3 per egg, that's the most I'd seen before:
    https://www.wegmans.com/webapp/wcs/s...35&catalogId=1

    But it's too expensive (over $3 a dozen), so I stick to my antibiotic-free, pastured eggs from the local natural food store. $1.19 for a dozen medium eggs - they're so cheap 'cause everyone wants large!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayness View Post
    A few times I bought some store brand eggs that have 400mg O3 per egg, that's the most I'd seen before:
    https://www.wegmans.com/webapp/wcs/s...35&catalogId=1

    But it's too expensive (over $3 a dozen), so I stick to my antibiotic-free, pastured eggs from the local natural food store. $1.19 for a dozen medium eggs - they're so cheap 'cause everyone wants large!
    I can't find rotten eggs for $1.19. Congratulations!

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    Kroger had 18 eggs for 88 cents today.

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