There Exists In This World An Egg Lobby – May 10th

I love eggs, and most of the ones I eat at home were laid across the street.  I don’t often think too much about where most eggs – supermarket eggs, I guess – come from.  We’ve talked about the tiny odds of getting salmonella poisoning from eating raw egg.  This is a really interesting commentary on the industry.  By the way, you should all read Nicholas Kristoff and Sheryll WuDunn’s work if you have even a moment in which to do so.  They’re the first married couple ever to win a joint Pullitzer, and their book Half The Sky is phenomenal.

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One Response to There Exists In This World An Egg Lobby – May 10th

  1. William Popov says:

    I’m sorry for not having anything very smart to say about this.
    This reminds me of my desire for duck eggs. I now want them very badly.
    I want to go back to the Bahamas next year for that single reason. Just to eat their feta and duck eggs.

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