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Organic or Not Organic - Sort Out The Confusion of Egg Labels

Published on 1/13/2014
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Organic Eggs

Free range eggs labeled Organic are produced my chickens roaming freely in farmyards. We sometimes refer to them as yard fowls, while in other cases they are referred to as pasture-raised.

Have you ever noticed the difference in taste or free range chicken/yard fowls?  Anyone who actually raise their own yard fowls can attest to the difference in taste. The reason for this is that these chickens are allowed to roam and find their food. Their diet is natural because they pick on green plants, seeds, eat worms and insects. At the end of the day they find a tree or some place equivalent to a coop to settle.

Source of Eggs

The best source of eggs is that of a person/farmer who has free range chickens.  I recently acquired some from a friend who has a farm and they were the largest eggs with yolks that were almost orange in colour, that I have seen in awhile.

As a young child about 5 years we lived in a yard with lots of fowls/chickens and I recall that my older brother and I always knew when these chickens laid their eggs. We used to quietly collect an egg, cracked it and sucked on it. Did you know that when the egg is first laid the shell is soft while it is still warm?


There are varying opinions about eggs being bad for your cholesterol. One such idea is that eggs are a source of unsaturated fat, is unhealthy and promotes heart disease. Yes it is true that fats from animal  sources contain cholesterol. However there are opinions that state it is a myth to think that eating eggs will raise your cholesterol levels. My cholesterol is fine and you would not believe how much raw eggs (unknowing to my parents) I ate.

More and more we are concerned these days with what we eat, the source of our foods, how what we eat is prepared or  in the case of animals and poultry what it is fed before  it ends up on our plates.

You are what you eat

Being conscious of what you eat is to be conscious of what your food ate. Free range chickens are not fed with antibiotics. Free range chickens are well exercised and some of  their owners usually create their own blend of composts for them to feed on.

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