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7 Crazy Things You Might Not Know About Eggs

Egg facts

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On website Lauren replied: "...Your information is very accurate, except that unfertilized eggs develop into drones without any additional fertilization. This means that male bees (drones) have half the number of chromosomes that female bees (queens and workers) do, which leads to lots of interesting behaviors."

On website Lauren replied: "...Your information is very accurate, except that unfertilized eggs develop into drones without any additional fertilization. This means that male bees (drones) have half the number of chromosomes that female bees (queens and workers) do, which leads to lots of interesting behaviors."

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Discover important egg nutrition facts in this infographic, plus other useful tips in choosing safe, high-quality and nutritious eggs for your meals. http://www.mercola.com/infographics/egg-nutrition-facts.htm

Discover important egg nutrition facts in this infographic, plus other useful tips in choosing safe, high-quality and nutritious eggs for your meals. http://www.mercola.com/infographics/egg-nutrition-facts.htm

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from Farm Flavor

Amazing and Interesting Egg Facts [Infographic

More about eggs -- by 2015, global egg consumption is expected to reach more than 1.5 TRILLION! #infographic

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This in-depth article explores the most common justifications for eating animals even when we have an abundance of plant-based alternatives available to us.

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from The Craftsy Blog

Cook a "No-Dishes" Meal: A Baked Sweet Potato Recipe

A Healthier Baked Potato: A Recipe for Sweet Potato Egg Boats

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vegan eggs: incredible vegan versions of every egg dish

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from Lifehack

27 Useful Infographics That All Bakers Need

Here Are 20 Helpful Charts That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier In The Kitchen http://www.wimp.com/helpful-charts/

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just more reasons to have backyard chickens!

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from PositiveMed

7 Crazy Things You Might Not Know About Eggs

I chickens lay these rich orange yokes. I thought it was because they were "freasher" but it's more than that.

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