What about eggs???

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Grand opening announcement! The Egg Store - we have the best prices on highest quality product!
Dry powdered eggs! Please come and visit us today Click here

Click To Enter

-- BJ (azs@netlane.com), February 04, 1999


Thanks, but no thanks ... I'm not THAT desperate!

-- (@@@.@), February 04, 1999.


-- Yokester (Allcracked@up.com), February 04, 1999.

Boy, would my chickens be ticked off!

-- art welling (artw@lancnews.infi.net), February 04, 1999.

Thank God we still have a sense of humor.

-- Vic (Roadrunner@compliant.com), February 04, 1999.

Have seen this posted very frequently on other prep lists. Plan on getting some, myself.


-- Mercy (prepare@now.com), February 04, 1999.

Don't click on the post, you'll get egg in your face!

-- chickenlittle (chickenlittle@yokeyoke.com), February 04, 1999.

[Click!] .. Bold off ..

-- Dan (DanTCC@Yahoo.com), February 05, 1999.

hmmm their site says...

"The hen is fed a scientifically balanced diet to provide proper protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals needed to produce top quality eggs."

I think I'd like to buy the scientifically balanced diet...

-- Mr_Kennedy (y2kPCfixes@motivatedseller.com), February 05, 1999.

They don't call them chicken coops any more, they're "Cackle Houses." :-)

-- Gayla Dunbar (privacy@please.com), February 05, 1999.

Don't knock BJ. He's a good egg, as far as eggs run. But who likes a runny egg? yoke yoke

-- Debbie Spence (dbspence@usa.net), February 05, 1999.

Good rapartee. Could this site become cackle.com?

-- Watchful (seethesea@msn.com), February 05, 1999.

Texas used to have a chicken ranch... but it wasn't about eggs....

-- Gayla Dunbar (privacy@please.com), February 05, 1999.

No, the Chicken Ranch was not about eggs.

But I do understand you could get a Scientifically Balanced Diet there.

-- Greybear (greybear@home.com), February 05, 1999.

Eggsactly, y'all laid it on the line.

-- Old Git (anon@spamproblems.com), February 05, 1999.

I'm trying something found in a book, Cooking with Stored Foods, by Carlene Tejada and Carroll Latham--Storing Eggs in Water Glass. Water glass is another name for sodium silicate. Ordered the s.s. at a drugstore I knew mixed compounds--$6 for 30 oz. According to authors, it's possible to keep fresh eggs for several weeks while they are suspended in a solution of water and s.s. We'll see. Appreciate all the info and jokes I find here on this forum. newbie

-- newbiebutnodummy (learning@everyday.com), February 05, 1999.


-- Mike (mickle2@aol.com), February 05, 1999.

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