Celebrate National Poultry Day


National Poultry Day, March 19th, is typically celebrated by eating meals that star chicken or turkey meat. But aren’t celebrations more fun when everyone parties? Including the birds? Aware and fair-minded people, along with live poultry everywhere, approve celebratory meals made with luscious pasture-raised chicken eggs on this happy occasion. ❤

Free-Range Egg Recipes

Hilltops Free Range Eggs (Australia) provide clear instructions for basic home-cooked egg dishes, from hard-boiled eggs (the bonafide best method!) to sponge cake. Check out Cooking Light for creative and elegant vegetarian egg entree ideas.

Tomato-Leek Pie with Quinoa Crust (Photo: Jennifer Causey)

When purchasing your eggs at the supermarket, be sure to look for genuine “free-range” and “free-roaming” or “pasture-raised” eggs. Below, the Humane Society tells you what your egg label really means.

What Your Egg Label Really Means

Free-Range Chicken Eggs Are Pricey

Unfortunately, the better free-range chicken egg brands are pricey. Maybe March 19th is an auspicious…

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  1. Ps it was pointed out to me, an egg eater and prospective chicken-keeper, that even egg harvesting involves death and cruelty, since you have to get rid of baby roosters to do it. No avoiding it in this world, huh!


    • I eat what I like, and never worry about the food I digest. Even eating plant based food is a process of killing the plant. Somewhere one has to forget the nonsense of not eating living things, all things on earth are living.


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