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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Because we'd probably be grossed out to crack an egg into our omelet and find it all bloody inside. Commercial hens don't ever see roosters and eggs from small farms are candled so that they separate out the fertilized ones.

    If you come across a source of fertilized eggs, give them a try. Old timey bodybuilders and strongmen swore by them.
    Ummm, so, a life is prevented by not allowing the rooster near the hen?

    I'm playing devil's advocate here but it kind of seems like, had the humans not intervened, all chicken eggs would become chickens...no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cantare View Post
    Today's CW report comes to you live from the aisles of Whole Foods, where a man just rolled by me with a metric assload of cookies, bread, crackers, pasta, muffins...aaaand a hardcover copy of Wheat Belly right on top.

    Maybe he thinks it's a whole grain cookbook?

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    Lol.

    Maybe they were all gluten free treats? XD


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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Because we'd probably be grossed out to crack an egg into our omelet and find it all bloody inside. Commercial hens don't ever see roosters and eggs from small farms are candled so that they separate out the fertilized ones.

    If you come across a source of fertilized eggs, give them a try. Old timey bodybuilders and strongmen swore by them.
    can you find fertilized eggs and eat them and let me know if it's normal for them to taste bad?

    i got one a few years back and it was pretty bad
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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisepassion View Post
    Lol.

    Maybe they were all gluten free treats? XD
    Not a one! Nothing else in the whole pile either, no meat, no dairy, no produce, which just made it worse. I guess he's gonna have buyer's remorse of one kind or another...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarielleGO View Post
    Why are they advising peanut butter?????? if something is bad for a child it's that stuff!!! and muffins? even for kids with parents not on primal you'd should feed them normal food, not muffins... they are packed with sugar!

    but yeah, low fat cheese... I wonder what the cheese-maker will think of that one...
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    Mix 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder with 1 cup nonfat milk, 1 cup fresh or frozen fruit, half a banana, and 2 tablespoons of peanut butter. Add ice for desired consistency. Serve with 1 or 2 slices of whole-wheat toast spread with low-sugar jam.

    Yogurt and Fruit
    Mix 1 cup low-fat yogurt with 1/2 cup of berries, 1/4 cup of low-fat granola, and 1/4 cup almonds or walnuts.

    Breakfast Burrito
    Scramble together 1 egg and 2 egg whites. Place inside 1 heated whole-wheat flour tortilla and top with salsa or tomatoes, 1 slice low-fat cheese or low-fat veggie sausage or turkey bacon. Serve with 1 cup strawberries.

    I haven't had any morning sickness, but I'm nauseous after reading those "meal" descriptions.

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    I am so grateful I followed the Bradley diet during my pregnancies, which called for 100+ grams of protein and 'plenty of fat'! Okay there were whole grains in there, but at least I was giving my baby the good stuff, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBNewby View Post
    Ummm, so, a life is prevented by not allowing the rooster near the hen?

    I'm playing devil's advocate here but it kind of seems like, had the humans not intervened, all chicken eggs would become chickens...no?
    You see not allowing a rhetorical, non-existent rooster into a henhouse as tantamount to abortion? Or just eating the unfertilized eggs from the chickens who weren't impregnated by the non-existent rooster?
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    CW moment of the day: My MIL made chocolate pudding and whipped cream for dessert. She handed me the box (clue one), saying she wasn't sure if I could eat it. I study the box and say "nope!" I then grab a banana, chop it up, throw some homemade whipped cream on top, and eat that.
    "Wow, I think that actually looks better than the pudding! Have you done that before?" she says, watching me.
    "Nope. It sounded good though."
    "I think I'll have some, too!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    You see not allowing a rhetorical, non-existent rooster into a henhouse as tantamount to abortion? Or just eating the unfertilized eggs from the chickens who weren't impregnated by the non-existent rooster?
    Absolutely not!
    Eating a fertilized egg, maybe.

    I love eggs and I have no issue eating them...politically, religiously, or morally...mmmm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    You see not allowing a rhetorical, non-existent rooster into a henhouse as tantamount to abortion? Or just eating the unfertilized eggs from the chickens who weren't impregnated by the non-existent rooster?
    Conning from a catholic background, following that logic would equate abstinence to abortion. Although, my priest did tell all the married couples to "mate like rabbits."

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