Eating organic eggs?
I'm slowly moving towards being a vegetarian and buying vegan replacements kitchen items like, butter ect. Would do you think about having your own organic feed chicken to produce eggs? Thoughts please?
Nothing wrong with having a pet, even as non-conventional as a chicken... But why eat the eggs? They aren't good for you and there are lots of easy substitutes when cooking.
Yeah as I saw in a movie 101 reasons to go vegan. The guy referred to them pretty much as "hen periods"
Eggs are very unhealthy so what is the point of having chickens just to produce them? You don't need to injest any dietary cholesterol, your body produces enough naturally on its own... Eggs are so high in cholesterol mine as well eat some bacon and wash it down with a glass of cow milk (neither of which i recommend).
Eating eggs is not part of a vegan diet.
Have to agree. You can sub with a lot of different things like applesauce and bananas for eggs. Cheese I found out you can make yourself using almonds or you can buy nutritional yeast which has folic acid and vitamin B12.
Egg are so great in cholestrerol levels my own as well eat some bread and clean it down with a cup of cow dairy products neither of which i suggest, which makes us better and also doing perform out...
Um, no one's really answering the question. If she raises the chickens, they won't be mistreated, so is it okay then to eat their eggs? It seems like it might be okay, but I'm not sure the lifestyle that is best for a chicken, other than to be able to go outdoors some (right?).
In my experience, I started to no longer have an interest in eating eggs, even for omlets. Contrary to some previous comments, though, there's no sub for some things, like an egg soufle or a dutchbaby. But I consider myself a foodie (food lover!) and am super satisfied with my food options on a vegan diet, esp. where I live (where there are a few good restaurants that cater to various diets).
Some people will disagree, but I believe that as long as our intentions are good and we act out of love, that any diet would be okay. My sister's friend is paleo, buys organic meats from a local farm, and seems conscious, not just eating whatever and pretending not to know where her food comes from. The truth is, as I heard someone say once, for every good thing we do, there are inevitably bad things that come with it. Even a plant-based diet calls for clearing area for crops, hurting animals by destroying their natural habitat. (But at least by not eating factory/mass-produced meats, etc. we're not supporting environmental pollution and animal cruelty.)
Good luck. I'm sure you'll do just fine.