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42 minutes ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

 

Another in  a series of The Nation articles that spends 5 paragraphs to tell you absolutely nothing clear, useful or meaningful about its supposed topic?

 

Tissues inside the eggs?  High levels of bacteria?  And so, why?  how?  And what happens with the apparently rotten eggs?

 

given  away  free  in  fanfare  like  the  tablets,  yummy.

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5 hours ago, rwill said:

The rooster

More than likely. but no guarantee's on that. 

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Who says this rotten egg came from Lotus.  If the old crone up my soi gave me a rotten egg then went on her broomstick way I might say it came from Lotus if only to get a free batch.

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Wow, hope they didn't come from Wuhan..

 

and of course no real story just enough info for clicks...  

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when I was a kid we bought 100 chicks evert year, we sold fryers and eggs.

I have cooked and eaten eggs all my life.

Never until I moved here have I seen so many disgusting eggs.

Anywhere from 25% up of eggs I buy have disgusting things floating inside.

I usually buy from the big stores and put them in frig as soon as home.

maybe it is heat stress on the chickens, but something makes them lay eggs with 

little black and brown stuff inside.

I toss the egg that has it, just can't eat that.

I hate eating eggs out because i know Thai cooks don't look at the eggs

after opening them.

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So that's how they make Linguine,

regards worgeordie

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On 6/3/2020 at 12:01 PM, Mr Meeseeks said:

Were they charging extra for this delicacy?

Egg Foo Yuck.

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22 hours ago, PatchinExPat said:

when I was a kid we bought 100 chicks evert year, we sold fryers and eggs.

I have cooked and eaten eggs all my life.

Never until I moved here have I seen so many disgusting eggs.

Anywhere from 25% up of eggs I buy have disgusting things floating inside.

I usually buy from the big stores and put them in frig as soon as home.

maybe it is heat stress on the chickens, but something makes them lay eggs with 

little black and brown stuff inside.

I toss the egg that has it, just can't eat that.

I hate eating eggs out because i know Thai cooks don't look at the eggs

after opening them.

I eat duck eggs from free range ducks that have acres (Rais) of space and water to swim in. Not from a supermarket but from farmer to local market.The shells are harder and the eggs are much tastier. 

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2 hours ago, ratcatcher said:

I eat duck eggs from free range ducks that have acres (Rais) of space and water to swim in. Not from a supermarket but from farmer to local market.The shells are harder and the eggs are much tastier. 

I used to have free range ducks and chickens at our last place. The eggs were fantastic. 

 

Moved home and dont have the space now. Buying eggs from the supermarket they are very low quality, thin and runny, faded coloured yolks, thin shells...

 

I find eggs in the bags from local walking street (not fixed every day) markets are usually better.

 

Also I really miss my ducks and chickens...they were pets too. 

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