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caged chickens eggs or free range chicken eggs what do you prefer?

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
as above really for me its free range
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
free range for me

no matter if caged are cheaper they are not as nice!
#2
right on brother lol
banned#4
free range when we can afford
#5
Uh oh, egg/chicken thread....

http://www.forumammo.com/cpg/albums/userpics/10062/Worf_notagain.gif
#6
i agree free range for me....but i would assume no one actually prefers 'caged' for there taste it could only be for there price so therefore not sure the question is quite right :roll:
#7
free range always.
#8
nitelighter
free range for me

no matter if caged are cheaper they are not as nice!


Taste the same in a cheese omelette or in a cake :w00t: Not bothered but I suppose caged as they're cheaper.
#9
pinchpeps
i agree free range for me....but i would assume no one actually prefers 'caged' for there taste it could only be for there price so therefore not sure the question is quite right :roll:


Indeedly doodley neighbour
#10
Taste the same to me.
banned#11
Asif anyone is going to admit to prefering caged mainly because of the idiots on here would be on their back straight away so not worth it

they taste the same so go for the cheapest or free range if u can afford
#12
not really a wrong question just interested in what the masses thought
#13
F15H_FAC3
Asif anyone is going to admit to prefering caged
even if they did the idiots on here would be on their back straight away so not worth it


I prefer caged :whistling:
#14
got to be free range, that or nothing, no choice at all
#15
happy eggs.....yeah!
#16
druss27
Taste the same in a cheese omelette or in a cake :w00t: Not bothered but I suppose caged as they're cheaper.


honesty i can apriciate but not spell lol:thumbsup:
banned#17
F15H_FAC3
Asif anyone is going to admit to prefering caged
even if they did the idiots on here would be on their back straight away so not worth it


I have purchased caged eggs on many occasions, not because i prefer the taste but because they are cheaper, but do prefer free range, and dont give a flying flea what others say
#18
surfbunny
got to be free range, that or nothing, no choice at all


you are not telling me you would not eat caged if they were the only ones available??? or tha you have never eaten them?
#19
druss27
I prefer caged :whistling:


Nah...barn eggs, best of both haha
#20
sassie
I have purchased caged eggs on many occasions, not because i prefer the taste but because they are cheaper, but do prefer free range, and dont give a flying flea what others say


just so you know i think there is very little difference also me and the wife are not well off in fact closer to skint than rich we still buy free range though , please remeber that i am just saying what we do not knocking you in any way
#21
I buy whatever i can afford, which is usually caged, unless free range are on offer.

How many people choosing free range to be kind, make a chicken omlette :whistling:

I can't justify paying more for eggs, when, at the end of the day, we are killing and eating the chickens anyway.

What next. Free range milk?
banned#22
grahamh1981
just so you know i think there is very little difference also me and the wife are not well off in fact closer to skint than rich we still buy free range though , please remeber that i am just saying what we do not knocking you in any way


thats fine, my daughter now has a little job on a saturday and they sell free range so we will be getting them a little cheaer so for now we will be buying free range :thumbsup:
banned#23
I wonder how much the perceived 'taste difference' is a psychological thing, rather than an actual discernible gap.

Is it a case of 'well these must taste better because they're from happy free range chickens' or 'i paid more and these will darn well taste better so I don't look silly'.

It's actually been proven that if you pay twice as much for free range eggs they taste twice as good:whistling:
banned 1 Like #24
FilthAndFurry
I wonder how much the perceived 'taste difference' is a psychological thing, rather than an actual discernible gap.

Is it a case of 'well these must taste better because they're from happy free range chickens' or 'i paid more and these will darn well taste better so I don't look silly'.

It's actually been proven that if you pay twice as much for free range eggs they taste twice as good:whistling:


my son is 7, and he can tell the difference
banned#25
F15H_FAC3
Asif anyone is going to admit to prefering caged mainly because of the idiots on here would be on their back straight away so not worth it


They say free range eggs taste better because they're happier, but you have to wonder how happy they'll be in this economic climate with increased unemployment.
banned#26
sassie
my son is 7, and he can tell the difference


Without looking at the packaging?
banned#27
FilthAndFurry
Without looking at the packaging?


no he doesnt look at the packaging, buy them, know the price, hes 7 lol
#28
grahamh1981
just so you know i think there is very little difference also me and the wife are not well off in fact closer to skint than rich we still buy free range though , please remeber that i am just saying what we do not knocking you in any way


Dude look at the price difference on me deal "The free-range eggs were 6 for something like £1.53" rather than 10 for 99p=big difference and you can't compare yourself to others bud, everyones situ is different.
#29
sassie
my son is 7, and he can tell the difference


rep added filth youu sir are a cad!
#30
druss27
Dude look at the price difference on me deal "The free-range eggs were 6 for something like £1.53" rather than 10 for 99p=big difference and you can't compare yourself to others bud, everyones situ is different.

hey read what i put i wasnt knocking anyone just saying what we do and yeah i know that sometimes there is a big price difference but alot of the time there isnt i think the last ones we bought were from sainsburys 15 free range for about 2 quid
#31
FilthAndFurry
They say free range eggs taste better because they're happier, but you have to wonder how happy they'll be in this economic climate with increased unemployment.



yeah matey the chickens will be bothered about our unemployment and the cows are allready a bit peaved about m.p expenses:thumbsup:
#32
I prefer caged eggs. I find the tears of unfathomable sadness that the chickens shed as the days months and years go by and they realise that their only flicker of conscious existence within the entire infinity of space and time will be spent incarcerated in the most restrictive and suffocating of conditions, I find they add a pleasantly salty hint to the flavour.
#33
grahamh1981
hey read what i put i wasnt knocking anyone just saying what we do and yeah i know that sometimes there is a big price difference but alot of the time there isnt i think the last ones we bought were from sainsburys 15 free range for about 2 quid


Yea I know but they were on offer and you were putting your situ across as if everyone thatis "skint" could afford the difference, anyways fancy a cod sesh?
#34
dont think 'free range' is all that its cracked up to be

visions of a few dozen chickens running round a green field with little mary collecting eggs in a basket - in yer dreams

reality

Although flock sizes vary, most commercial producers have 8000-12,000 hens, with a maximum limit of 16,000 in one house. Mobile sheds house up to about 3000 birds.

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2005/04/22/24415/so-you-want-to-produce-free-range-eggs.html

its big business -
#35
dxx
I prefer caged eggs. I find the tears of unfathomable sadness that the chickens shed as the days months and years go by and they realise that their only flicker of conscious existence within the entire infinity of space and time will be spent incarcerated in the most restrictive and suffocating of conditions, I find they add a pleasantly salty hint to the flavour.


Better that than the way Koreans treat their animals before they eat them. Check you tube out and let me know which is worse.
#36
[QUOTE=druss27]Yea I know but they were on offer and you were putting your situ across as if everyone thatis "skint" could afford the difference, anyways fancy a cod sesh?[/QU
nah just letting peeps know what we do matey nowt else and cod sounds rather tastey
#37
right i think we have discused shal i close or expire link so we can all move on ?
#38
druss27
Better that than the way Koreans treat their animals before they eat them. Check you tube out and let me know which is worse.


Sorry, did you think I was being sarcastic?
banned#39
grahamh1981
right i think we have discused shal i close or expire link so we can all move on ?


you mean before all hell breaks loose
#40
on c.o.d w.a.w now mr banana see you in a mo

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