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I've been buying my eggs from the same source for years, but just recently  the whites have been very thin. It might be because they are getting their supply from a different wholesaler. Still taste OK.

 

Can anybody recommend where to buy the freshest eggs in Pattaya

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Big C or Tesco. Their turnover is high and if you always check the date of production they are pretty fresh. Also, being stored in an air con mall they are less likely to go off in the heat. The smaller the size the better.

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duck eggs for me, the dirtier the better, less white more yolk.

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Get your own chickens. Noise doesn't seem to be a problem in Thailand

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3 minutes ago, roger101 said:

Very difficult in a Condo.

At least you won't have any problems with foxes

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I always get them in the local market, as fresh as they come and a lot cheaper than the supermarkets.

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11 minutes ago, roger101 said:

Very difficult in a Condo.

But Dogs, Cats and parrots are OK 

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8 minutes ago, Guderian said:

I always get them in the local market, as fresh as they come and a lot cheaper than the supermarkets.

That's where I've been buying mine.

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In 7/11 in the fridges where butter etc is, are packs of very fresh eggs, 4 eggs in a transparent box, think they are 30/35 baht. Very good. Not the ones on shelves. 

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3 minutes ago, roger101 said:

That's where I've been buying mine.

Sounds like an egg age issue.

Try another place.

My experience is Makro eggs are pretty fresh.

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On 7/12/2020 at 4:11 PM, OneeyedJohn said:

duck eggs for me, the dirtier the better, less white more yolk.

I used to prefer them until  a got a bad spell of food poisoning from one.

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On 7/14/2020 at 1:24 AM, jacko45k said:

I used to prefer them until  a got a bad spell of food poisoning from one.

Is there such a thing as a good spell of food poisoning?

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Posted (edited)
17 hours ago, treetops said:

Is there such a thing as a good spell of food poisoning?

I expect there is degrees like slight, moderate and bad, food poisoning, but doubt any is good. Having a slow day?

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if you actually want nice eggs
i suggest you go to foodland
buy the antibiotic free eggs
they do too brands in foodland
S-pure and another with "organic" on label

bit pricey but your health is priceless
and they taste great
just like eggs used to be

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