I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness or abilities that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” - William Penn
So I conducted an eggs-periment this morning for breakfast. What is the difference between a regular grocery market egg and a organic/cage-free egg? Price is certainly one thing. But taste? Kind of. If you blind tested me, I may not know which is which. But Kristin and I both could tell that the organic egg had a richer golden color. I can’t prove that it was because of being organic. Maybe something else in the chickens diet caused the deeper color. I did notice (and from my past experience) that regular eggs have a more fragile shell when you break them. Thin and brittle. Not so with the organic eggs. I would say that MAYBE taste and texture was a little better with the organic egg. But best yet - it should have higher nutritional value and omega 3’s and no hormones and antibiotics. Those will probably get us some day. Anyways, thought someone would find this interesting. Note that a egg may be organic, but not cage-free. I pictured my cage-free chicken roaming a field outside the barn in the sunshine which made me feel good. I bet it was a healthy and happy chicken at one time..
To all my brothers out there who spent years making their community and world a better place; and to those who bettered the people around them while bettering themselves - Happy Eagle Scout Day. What a terrific honor. May your leadership continue to change the world in the many years to come.