Juuuust in case you haven't gotten a chance to crack out of your shell today, 380 million eggs have been recalled over fears of salmonella.
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I lived in Mexico for 20 years, so I can eat anything and not get sick. I ate eggs off that list and drank Ramos Fizzes (contain raw egg white) to wash them down. Not even a stomach ache...
I'll still eat all eggs, but thoroughly cooked and carefully handled
I raise my own chickens and eat eggs all the time
We raise chickens for eggs and meat! Lots better than store bought any day! Nothing like farm fresh eggs in the morning. I like mine with the white cooked and the yolk runny. We sometimes eat eggs for lunch too. No, we don't have high cholesterol either.
theyre eggs big whoop im seeing the salmonella recall for peanut butter all over again and i ate at least 2 contaminated jars of it and nothing happened to me! SO ill just keep eating my eggs thank you.
Just cook the eggs and wash your hands after cracking them! Salmonella is in eggs all the time. Take precautions and you won't get sick.
That pretty much sums it up. I had my over easy eggs this morning and they were from Hillandale farms. But not from the plants or dates of the infected egg recalls.
BUT, want to eliminate the risk completely? COMPLETELY cook the eggs. Cooking kills salmonella and denatures the toxins (deactivates them). Over easy won't cut it though, but just indicates MY level of concern with this, as I checked my egg plant and batch date codes.
sorry i misspelled in the sentence we can make all the politicians that we decide to keep in government civil servants with americans deciding to pay but no 100,000s of dollars. my keyboard worn out and being disabled i need a stimulus to get a new one. these politicians get thousands of dollars at a fund raiser and they no nothing of being on a fixed income. sorry to use so many words. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!
the fda are ponds of the rich. if it doesn't cost the wealthy that have taken over the government and are never going to change the corrupt system. they support the nasty, unsanitary conditions, because they don't have to buy them. they are so much better than they poor. this is the price we average americans should except. the democrats and republicans are both behind this. they all play us because they know their political games at election time. I say let have a constitutional convention made possible from use of highest technology and call a national townhall meeting and fire all of them. don't overthrown our great democracy-republic just retool it. if 34 states ratify a law it is instantly made federal. we can make all the politician we decide to keep in government civil servant with amerger pay but no 100s of thousands of dollars. we seize all the money that was stolen from the american people all over the world and house our homeless and feed our hungry. forget the world because it has sponged off the usa long enough, and they crooked politician lie and line their pockets while real hard working average american families live in their cars, under bridges or even worse places. it is in the constitution as Thomas Jefferson about the 50 year revolution if the government oppressed its people. come on all small towns start your local activist. we will make the tea part look like a sunday social. But please keep it non-violent no one need die. May GOD BLESS YOU and KEEP YOU WHOLE ALL AMERICANS. I AM WITH YOU ALL IN BODY, MIND, AND SPIRIT of 1776.
I only eat free range, organic eggs, so I'm not worried. Factory farming is not only extreme cruelty to animals and birds, but an extreme health risk to people. But it seems in this day and age, as long as lots of money is made, peoples lives and health are just "Collateral damage!"
any more you take a chance with any thing you eat as company done tell the truth about what they put in side. I am still eating eggs.
I am glad to see there is at least 3 comments on here that stuck to the topic rather than having some stupid political war that you Know you are too wus-a-tron to do anywhere else but anonymously online. Gawd that bothers me, happens so much. ANyway, yeah dudes...buy from organic, local, small farms where the animals can't live in a pool of their own feces and get sick, which then gets us sick. That is what happens in a farm that mass produces living things. The organic farmers don't use antibiotics to kill the germs from sitting in fece pools. Which is great because A. as you can see, they don't always work and B. the more we ingest antibiotics, the higher our resistance is to them = when we get sick antibiotics don't work. I swing all over the place politically.
We Republican tea baggers don't want the Gov. food inspectors telling us what eggs we can eat.PERIOD.\
We are eggs for years before Obama took over and got along just fine.
The Gov. CDC just likes to cause trouble.
Shut down the food inspectors and save us tax payers money!
Sarah Palin is right!
I am very concerned because I love eggs they are a very significant part of my diet thats why Im login on to find out if my eggs are ok, mine came from Rose Acre farms out of Indiana,and I dont see them on any of the recall list. SO I'M GONNA HAVE MY VERY FAVORITE I LIKE THE WHITES DONE BUT THE YELLOW TO RUN UUUUUMMMMM! OVER CHICKEN FLAVORED RICE...
We are still eating eggs. We don't have to worry about this because we have our own chickens that provide us with enough eggs for our family. Our eggs taste much better & are bigger than the eggs in the store.
For a person who has a lowered auto-immune system, it is not worth taking the risk. Even if my auto-immune system was fine, I still wouldn't take the risk.
Curious that the media haven't mentioned that to be safe just cook the darn eggs!
I'm not worried about the samonella. Partly because I've never liked runny eggs, so they are always well-cooked. Mostly because I have 4 backyard chickens. The eggs are so fresh & tasty, I don't ever want to go back to store bought.
yes, I only eat organic cage free eggs
Of course I'll keep eating eggs, I cooked up a dozen for dinner time breakfast yesterday. There's always a chance of an egg containing salmonela. You're much more likely to get it from handling uncooked chicken or a pet. Even if I do get it, it won't kill me unless I'm already half dead from something else anyway.
Old woman here – I was told by my mother many, many years ago not to eat raw eggs. (Hence, keep your hands out of the cookie dough). We raised our own chickens and washed the eggs before they went into the refrig. Will I continue to eat eggs now? – Of course, just follow proper sanitation and cook those babies.
I've got backyard chickens. Fresh eggs straight from the source!
Honestly, I'm not all that worried about salmonella. As a reptile rescuer, I've done lots of research on salmonella, as reptiles are potential carriers of that disease. Especially rescued reptiles that haven't always been cared for right and so are more at risk of developing it.
If I had small children, eggs would be off the menu until I felt comfortable about their safety, or I'd eat organic. For myself, though, I realize that I could get very sick, but it's not likely to kill me. I'll be careful to stay away from the brands mentioned if I can, but I'm not going to go out of my way to shun eggs forevermore. I still eat spinach, and I'm much more afraid of E.coli.
A) Scramble your eggs and you are fine.
B) Salmonella SUCKS. I got Salmonella when I was in Mexico and the treatment (extra strength Cipro) is almost as bad as the sickness. Killer heartburn, diarrhea one day, constipation the next. Trust me you don't want it.
That's true. It's definitely not something that I want to get. But I'm not afraid of it, per se. Young children can die from salmonella. Adults mostly just get very, very ill.
I'm not saying I'm not going to take any precautions, such as, as you mentioned, fully cooking the eggs and such. But I'm not going to stop eating them completely from here on out because they might be tainted.
It's the same thing you do with reptiles. Make sure cages are very clean, wash your hands after handling them... you take simple precautions to avoid getting the disease. But you don't have to avoid the animal – or food in this case – altogether.
No you morons, I would not eat eggs when they're being recalled due to a MASSIVE outbreak of an infectious organism. I like eggs, I enjoy eating them but I'm not dying to eat one so bad that I have to risk my god dam health for one.
Now if on the other hand there was a massive recall on blowjobs, I'd probably end up ignoring the warning and continue receiving them because that's something I truly love receiving and wouldn't want to live without.
Eggs, I can do withouth for a while
You do realize that all eggs have the chance of containing salmonela?
Yet another reason that I have my own flock of chickens!
I'll continue to eat eggs (not that I have them all that often), but I cook them well enough to kill pretty much anything that's alive. I'll just be careful not to sneak a taste of something like raw cake batter in the meantime.
if you fully cook them... Am I reading it right, you should be ok?
Yup – wash them & cook to 160 F.
Heck yeah we get all our eggs and meat from local sustainable farms. Our veggies are from the CSA eat local act global.
I don't care but if this means that i have to throw all the eggs i just bought away, Fudge YOU!!!
I only eat organic eggs from range free, grain fed chickens from a local organic farm. That being said, I will continue to eat eggs, but only cooked, never raw such as in cookie dough, raw batter, or salad dressings.
These health scares are stupid.
Got my own chickens in the back yard. I'll keep eating the eggs we collect!
I know I will, I raise my own chickens.
Well I am not concerned I will continue to eat eggs.
We have 8 chickens and plenty of fresh – non toxic eggs – check your local zoning laws – two hens can provide a dozen eggs every 6 days – and eat the bugs in your yard.
I think you can still get germs from your own eggs. Don't they all come from the Hen's poop-chute? I would make sure your eggs are fully cooked in any case.
A hen's musculature is such that the poop chute closes off completely as an egg is coming out. So no poop should contaminate the egg, unless the hen is careless about where she lays it (in which case it gets contaminated outside of the poop chute).
The other thing is that I do not feed my chickens antibiotics, and I don't suspect that many other backyard chicken owners do either. So if you do catch something, it probably won't be as virulent (as you point out in another post). Also, the egg shell is coated with natural flora to prevent bacteria from growing (assuming they are not virulent and disease resistant, and assuming that the chicken's own system is not suppressed from being literally worked to death in a factory farm).
Don't I wish. I live in an area where farm animals, chickens, pigs, horses, are prohibited. Although I do have a friend in the area that raises chickens and sell the eggs. They're on the far expensive side, though. Upwards of $4 a dozen. I'm not sure I could afford those.
I eat eggs every day, but always cooked. I certainly wouldn't eat them raw or not well-cooked at any time.
I'll keep eatin' eggs.
Regarding your raw cookie dough & brownie mix addiction. I am so incredibly with you! And always wondered why one box of brownie mix NEVER fills the entire pan!
I know right! I wonder if it had anythign to do with that spoon I had licked clean ( a few times ).
All the time, people are having "stomach upsets". These are often reactions to foodborne illness. They just don't put two and two together. Mothers when I grew up didn't even think of the raw cookie dough we ate from the bowl when we had flu-like symptoms. But, often, THAT is what it is....the food you ate....not some airborne virus.
So, think of your mom giving you raw cookie dough as an immunity building exercise. You didn't die and your mother made you stronger. GOOD MOM!! Be thankful.
There are eggs in so many things its near impossible to avoid them. That said, the main issue here is the crowded, filthy conditions where chickens are raised. As long as cruel factory farms continue to exist, we'll continue to eat feces with our food (don't kid yourself) and to have foods hit the stores infected with Salmonells, e-Coli and other diseases that are a direct result of the despicable conditions in which the animals are raised.
Just in case you didn't know it, chickens and most all birds have a "uniorfice".
They, pee, crap, and lay eggs all from the same hole.
Ever eat raw cookie dough? Ever let your kid "lick the spoon" after mixing up cake batter?
Has eggs ... raw eggs.
Ever gotten sick?
Didn't think so.
Eating raw cookie dough is a typically liberal activity. We should expect the Party of Hate to promote endangering children.
I never thought of "licking the spoon" as child abuse. On the other hand, maybe it was the raw cookie dough, along with the running with scissors, riding a bicycle without a helmet, playing hockey in the middle of the street, learning to swim without inflatable arm floaties, using regular soap to wash my hands (instead of alcohol-based hand sanitizer) and a myriad of other "health hazards" that I was exposed to as a child that made it possible for me to drink the water in a 3rd world country & NOT get sick. Perhaps all we are really doing, with our effort of sanitation these days, is lowering our own bodies (and the bodies of our children) ability to fight for itself. And Samonella & Botchelism only really kill the weak, right?
So I'm liberal because I enjoy raw cookie dough and brownie batter over the cooked thing?
Someone let the men in white coats know that Truth has escaped the looney bin again.
Emmy, soory you dont know everything. Read this.
I've been eating my habanero egg salad sandwiches I made from one brand of eggs Monday all week, and Tues I made 2 omelets from another brand I had in the fridge. So each day I've been eating eggs, and twice on Tues and I'm not the least bit worried. In fact I don't even know what the brand of the eggs I used for the sandwiches were. I got food poisoning in London eating at a McDonalds and I kept eating at that chain a few weeks after getting sick...
I'll continue to eat all the eggs I want and I won't worry about salmonella as I cook my eggs thoroughly. Undercooking is the most common cause of food born illnesses. If you don't like your food well done, then deal with the consequenses of your actions and stop making everyone else pay for them.
sure will be eating them... its called, local, free range and from the amish!
I don't care how much salmonella is in those things, as long as you cook it properly there is no problem. I will lay off eating RAW eggs for now, but cooked are just fine.
Free range eggs really do taste better; alll my chickens are free range, its cheaper, you don;t have to feed them as much, and local famers market eggs are usually fresher because they haven't been sitting in a refrigerator for who knows haw long before being shipped.
I'm not much of an egg eater, but if I need it for a recipe, I'm using eggs, recall or not. I'm sure that they're fine once ya cook 'em anyways (don't eggs usually have a risk of salmonella? Isn't that why we cook them?). I can buy local eggs anyways.
I like my eggs thououghly cooked, which takes care of the salmonella.
Salmonella comes from chicken poop on the OUTSIDE of the egg. Wash your hands. Follow general kitchen & food safety practices. And you'll be fine. And when in doubt ... a shot of tequilla will kill whatever little nasties you may have consumed. So ... that's my two cents.
I think you should still be careful. I believe that salmonella (and other organisms) can be found INSIDE the shell as well.
We raise our own chickens and eggs. It's the only way to go really if you have the room. They are so much better anyway and always disease free and fresh. An off the wall thought though – how about cooking the tainted eggs with some good hot peppers as I've read that the capsasin (sp?) in the peppers kills bacteria?
Even if you raise your own chickens, the eggs can still be infected. Eggs come from the chicken's "Backside," just like chicken doo. Wherever you get your eggs, you can either take chances, or cook them thoroughly. Granted, the salmonella in commercial chickens may be a bit more drug-resistant because of the antibiotics they use...
My eggs come from the chickens that live in my suburban back yard. They eat table scraps, bugs and weeds and give me eggs that are twice as good and three times more nutitious than anything you can buy in the store.
Oh, and I have not salmonella concerns.
pretty clever CNN.....blocking my reply to Ana4......typical of you!!
Happened to me earlier, but it was a little out of line, LOL.
Buy local eggs and then cook them before you eat them.
How do I like my eggs in the morning?
Better stop messing with the roosters then!
this is right up there with h1n1 pandemic, totally overblown
No wonder farmers give up the farm....Gov't won't leave them alone!
I think I may go home and make a batch of super duper chocolate chip with walnuts cookie dough (with extra eggs for additional chewy factor) and eat the uncooked dough while watching the nightly news talk about how eating raw eggs can kill you ... or gives you cancer ... or high cholesterol ... or lowers your cholesterol ... or makes you grow feathers ... or *gasp* a beak! Regardless, there is something wonderful about the gelatunous, unfertilized half of a chicken embryo.
I've had eggs for breakfast twice this week. So far no problem :)
Local, organic for me, too. The thought of eating an egg that comes from a factory is beyond gross to me. Watch Food Inc and see how chickens are treated by factory "farms" and you'll never buy commercial poultry/eggs/dairy again.
Recalling over 300 million eggs because of 150 extra cases of salmoinella per week is the wrong way to go. Spend the money on research to be able to detect salmonella or on ways of preventing or even immuniziing for salmonella. 300 million divided by 150 is a 2million to 1 shot that any one person will be affected. I will continue to eat eggs at those odds.
Yeah! I'll still eat eggs but my eggs come from our farm's chickens. :)
I had 3 eggs while reading this article and didnt even bother to check where these eggs come from.
Of course I will eat eggs, they are in so many baked things. Im not going to turn into a vegan.
Here is the Real truth on the egg recall-It's BUSH'S Fault!
Nice name, RichardHead
Thanks jdizzie-my stepbrother is from Vietnam and his name is PIN. Just don't call me Shirley.
I have my own small flock of backyard chickens. They give me beautiful, tasty eggs.
I will eat eggs, of course like most of my food I raise the chicken that lay the eggs... just clean them off.
I got my own chickens. I collect enough eggs from them that I can give eggs to my family and friends.
mmm fresh eggs taste so much better, too. I wish I had some chickens around here, but I'm in the city...
We have our own chickens which provide us with our supply.
I will just cook my eggs... no runny sunny side up eggs for a bit, hard boiled, scrambled, or cooked into something seems to still be fine. I did the same with the spinach and tomato scares... I just cooked the food throughly for a while.
Best reason to eat local free range eggs
No I do not care about the recall, I buy local organic free range eggs, sometimes I even know the person I get my eggs from (freebi). & I like my eggs under cooked, over cooked eggs are like dry white bread, bla. Buy local organic & free range & also check the date on the box, your fine.
This recall is what happens when you stick too many animals into a confined area where sickness can spread like wildfire.
And they are forced to walk, sit, lay in the group feces.
That sounds like my inlaws...
Watch Food Inc.
I am not talking a few hundred chickens in a big cage, try a few thousand, close to 10k hens stacked 10-15+ cages high per barn, from the ground to the ceiling filling the barn end to end, each cage is about at most 3ft x 3ft with 8-10 hens per cage. There also all the waste from the factory farms that damage the local water supplys. Then there is all the stuff they pump into the hens to make them produce more eggs faster, just so you can save $1.50 on a dozen of eggs.
Calling one "liberal" because they care what goes into ones body or where there food comes from just shows how much you do not know. Have you ever seen a chicken killed? I have, about a dozen; Fish? I have (it was good). How about a pig killed with a knife? I have & it was not a "fast" kill.
I only eat Egg Beaters so I hope Kellogg's is checking their egg sources carefully.
Oh yeah, Kellogg's is definitely concerned about the health of the general public...
I only eat hard boiled........the boiling water tends to kill the bacteria outside and In.....
One more reason I'm glad I'm vegan. I don't eat eggs, and they don't appeal to me. Guess I'm not missing much.
Yes, because being vegan made you totally immune to the same type of recall in the spinach and tomato crops...
Although produce does see salmonella outbreaks, the underlying source of these outbreaks is through contamination from animal products such as meat, poultry, eggs and unpasteurized dairy. So yes, produce gets recalled for salmonella, but the first source of the contamination was from animal fecal matters. If everyone were vegan this problem would be far less prevalent and our produce wouldn't be contaminated as often.
No, I am pretty sure we would still fertilize vegetable crops.
@animallover, I think the major health concern with produce is e coli, not salmonella, which is not animal-based.
Being vegan does not prevent you from food-bourne illnesses, and is really nothing special. You severely limit your diet out of choice. Good for you. It does not, however, give you bragging rights. You still have just as much chance as I do of getting sick from what you eat. Doubt me on that? Ask me how many times I've had salmonella or e coli.
There is another article somewhere else on this site about a woman who ate lettuce contaminated with salmonella. (Not E. coli). It is about how she is still suffering a year later.
I'm on a low carb diet and eggs are too much of my daily eating plan to be concerned. Don't have a viable alternative. I'm cooking them thoroughly so I hope I'm okay. I guess if I get salmonella poisoning I'll get sick for a few weeks and probably loose 10lbs, so eitehr way, it's a win-win for me.
We raise free range hens. My customers say my eggs are far superior to store bought eggs. And now that this scare has people clammoring for eggs like mine, my hens have started their molt and eggs will be scarce for a while. Dang, just when I could finally charge the $10 a dozen it actually takes to get a dozen eggs. :)
An egg is an egg. They all taste the same. The only difference in eggs is size. Unless your eggs are simply gigantic there is no reason why I should buy from you and not anyone else out there selling the exact same thing.
Trust me Elvis, There is an enormous difference in both consistancy and taste (if the chickens are fed right) between store bought and farm raised eggs starting with the shells alone. Try peeling a hard boiled farm egg and you'll find out the difference before you even get to the edible part.
I have to disagree, too, with you on this. There is a big difference between an organic farmed egg and the commercially produced ones. My mother's business partner has dozen hens in his yard and we both buy from him. The difference, when you put the two side by side, is pronounced. The ones his hens lay have a dark yellow, almost orange, yoke that has a far superior taste to the pale yellow ones from the stores. But then his hens roam around about a two acre fenced in yard, so they get a combination of good feed and what they can scratch naturally.
Would have to agree with cino and Artemis on this one. We had about 30 chickens and a few turkeys for two years when I lived in rural America during high school for a bit. Big difference in commercial and "organic" eggs.
Has anyone noticed that the tainted eggs are conventionally farmed, not organic?
another reason to support your local farmer, by fresh eggs right off the farm or better still if you can swing keep your own chickens, they don't take up too much room, even a small urban yard works. there is no need for a rooster!
I've got to disagree. I use to keep as many as 75 laying hens at a time and sold eggs. I lived very remotely where the huge array of chicken preditors did not bother anyone.
We now live in a more urban area. Our neighbor keeps chickens on his little 3 acre parcel. They attract every preditor imagineable from preditory birds, to bear to bob cats and all animals in-between. We even have an occassional cougar come through. Chickens are preditor bait and it becomes necessary to guard your domestic pets if you live in a high wildlife area as we do here in the great northeast.
I always assume that eggs carry bacteria, so I cook them thoroughly. Same with chicken. I wouldn't eat chicken sushi (if it existed). So are people eating their eggs raw? Or is this some cooking-resistant salmonella?
Actually, on an episode of Wife Swap, this one family did eat raw chicken. Pretty much raw everything.
OMG, raw chicken is just gross.
Davidson's brand eggs are pasteurized, like the milk we drink . The pastuerized eggs are safe, even uncooked. The media isn't telling people about that brand.
In southern Japan, raw horse is a specialty. I'm a fan of sushi but had to draw the line. I'm sure I insulted the hosts, but at that point I had more than social concerns.
Hi, my name is Danielle & I am going to eat eggs until the day I die. I don't care if I die from bad eggs or just cholestrol, but either way I love an egg. I am going to have eggs, fried, bioiled, scrambelled, and with cheese. Give me my eggs please....I might even get a divorce when i get married because my husband Mike is going to be tired of me cooking eggs ALL the time for breakfast, lunch & dinner....but I love eggs more than Michael....FROM EGGS WITH LOVE
Anybody else ever told you that you need help?
The problem is undercooked/raw eggs. I made my eggs this morning. I cooked them. They were delicious.
It's not that simple, Orly. Salmonella begins to die at temperatures over 130 degrees F, but food must remain at that temperature or higher for many minutes - ten or more, generally. Furthermore, the die-off rate depends on the composition of the contaminated food, and it can take even longer. And don't think that just because you put an egg on a griddle that far exceeded that temperature, that you are safe. The interior temperature of a food is not the same as the temp of the cooking surface, and I am certain that you didn't heat your eggs for ten minutes or more.
In addition to all that, you need to consider that if an egg you handled was infected, you contaminated your hands, your cooking utensils, and everything you touched before thoroughly washing your hands. And if you touched your uncooked eggs with the spatula, ditto.
I'll keep eating eggs, but I'll have to stop sucking them out of the chicken.
If the eggs are well done then there is no problem whatsoever. The problem only arises when the eggs are under cooked or raw. Salmonella is always a possibility with raw or under cooked eggs.
I agree, for too long people have gotten complacant and lazy. I would gladly eat a well cooked egg that I was 100% sure contained salmonella. I always just assume that all eggs contain salmonella and take the appropiate precautions.
yes i agree about eatting any kind of egges they all have Salmonella on them .Peolpe get a grip.Cook all foods at the write temp. Thats how you dont get sick
I won't stop eating eggs, as I just bought some, but I will wash the shell first. I use eggbeaters more often, anyway. The recall does make you think twice.
Maybe we need to start washing eggs before cracking them open like were supposed to do with raw chicken.
The reason you don't see people washing eggs is that egg shells are porous so if you attempt to wash them there's a risk bateria can enter the egg.
Actually, this is not true. If the egg has a crack in the shell, then this becomes an issue. Sorry to 'crack' your bubble!! :)
Oh, yeah, but coming out of a chicken's hooha is completely bacteria-free, right?
I live on a small chicken farm, so I have fresh eggs coming out my eyeballs so no worry for me. There's not much point in washing eggs, it actually is a sort of bad idea because they have a natural antibotic coat to keep the chick from getting sick, and your eggs should have been washed by the producer before they hit the shelf anyway.
I raise my chickens in my backyard. I have fresh eggs all the time.
My parents do the same thing. Usually, they have more eggs than they know what to do with so I'll score some from them when I visit. Free eggs all the time. Win.
We also raise our own eggs.. though having grown up on a farm I a bit surprised that salmonella in eggs has caused such a crazy panicked recall. It's always been a risk, that's why they say cook your eggs. Oddly enough hundreds die weekly from car crashes and we don't recall all the cars for everyone's own safety.
We raise chickens for eggs and meat! Lots better than store bought any day! Nothing like farm fresh eggs in the morning. I like mine with the white cooked and the yolk runny. We sometimes eat eggs for lunch too. No, we don't have high cholesterol either.
Are there any articles you don't post on "truth"??? And you misspelled 'csar'. It should be czar. Get a life and stay out of the posts.
Maybe we should cook the eggs.
Sorry, Amayda. That was meant to be a regular post.
awww amanda is grupmy
ummm... actually both are correct. Tsar (also spelled czar, tzar, szar or csar) is a title used to designate certain monarchs or supreme rulers.
Actually, czar, csar, tzar, tsar, and szar are all accepted spellings since the word is a transliteration from Cyrillic languages.
I am surprised that Lord Obama just does not appoint an "Egg Csar" to oversee this problem.
Hi, Truth! I posted that for you.
No one said he could walk on water, least of all him. If you can do better with crooked politicians et al, go for it; run for office yourself.
I am unemployed and need someone to blame my problems on.
I don't even want to talk about it!
Jeez at least learn to spell it's Czar not Csar.
It's a transliteration of a Russian word, an can be spelled many different ways- Czar, Csar, Tsar, Tzar, Szar. Take your pick.
I'm unconcerned about this. I could cross the street in 5 minutes and get ran over. Also, eggs give me sulphur farts and that keeps Tea Party activists away from me.
You are a hoot!!!
I've been sick since August 6th after eating a chicken ceaser salad in Las Vegas.
Yeah, that's no bueno. That stuff has eggs in it? I'm a plain salad eater.
I got e-coli in July from eating at a Las Vegas salad bar. Was sick as a dog for a week.
this news does not surprise me even a tiny bit
Trust me, there are no Tea Party activist who want to get close to you to begin with. Radical liberals smell like a dirty diaper anyways. They are a cancer.
LOL. Actually, I'm independent. Just those Tea Party gatherings are akin to an angry mob about to burn down the house of an alleged witch, Salem style.
@ Elvis ... Ouch! I'm a radical environmentalist! I'd hate to hear what you think I smell like.
you republicans think your s*it xdon't stink. I'm here to tell you .......you're wrong. You are no better than us demorcrats. Really couldn't you come up with a better screen name? I'm sure you are no where near Elvis
I liked the Tea Party until it got co-opted by Palin and her buddies.
McHammerpants, if you get gas from eating eggs, it's probably because you ate them with something acidic, like citrus juice. The effect is...explosive!
The compulsive handwashers never developed an immune system. I eat 3 minute eggs with the raw ground round I get from my local butcher. In 59 years the only thing that's bothered my stomach has been New Years morning.
I'm with you, Jim. Hypercleanliness has created a generation of immunodeficient freaks. Can't eat anything, can't drink anything, allergic to air. It's ridiculous.
I'm not saying don't wash your hands when it's appropriate – I'm just saying get a grip people. We live in a society that washes hands constantly, yet can't stand the scent of someone's deodorant because we're "Chemically sensitive". It's sad and laughable at the same time.
I have my own backyard chicken egg operation, so I am not dependent on anyone else producing eggs for me. While I do it mostly for enjoyment, self-sufficiency, environmental, and animal cruelty prevention reasons, I do have people offering to BUY my eggs now.
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