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it looks like a chicken egg.

 

 

and thus, it looks like a normal everyday thing that no one really cares about.

 

 

 

the only oddity is that there is a G on several eggs, which I assume you put there. and unless the egg was fertalized and partly incubated, then the answer is yes...I would eat it.

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the only oddity is that there is a G on several eggs, which I assume you put there. and unless the egg was fertalized and partly incubated, then the answer is yes...I would eat it.

 

It's a "6" for todays date so I know how old they are in the fridge.

 

Chicken abortions have too much cholesterol, DON'T EAT IT!! ;) :roll: LOL...

 

CW

 

Acutally free range eggs that are made from leafy greens are much lower in LDL and higher in HDL. Plus, they taste delicious.

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the only oddity is that there is a G on several eggs, which I assume you put there. and unless the egg was fertalized and partly incubated, then the answer is yes...I would eat it.

 

It's a "6" for todays date so I know how old they are in the fridge.

 

Chicken abortions have too much cholesterol, DON'T EAT IT!! ;) :roll: LOL...

 

CW

 

Acutally free range eggs that are made from leafy greens are much lower in LDL and higher in HDL. Plus, they taste delicious.

 

 

that's a good way to keep them dated. I just eat all of the eggs I get daily.

 

fried egg sammich. mmm.

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