Definitely means some nutrient was deficient, but you probably could've inferred that was going to be the case buying generic eggs. After watching a few different videos of egg producers and a close friend in the industry (for the FDA), I can't stomach eating them anymore. I think it's fine for others, but I just can't bring myself to do it. Last week I literally drove to another grocery store to get eggs since the first one I went to only had regular/generic ones. Gosh, I'm getting weird.
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|3/5/14 03:32 PM|
I'll instead do this all weekend. My husband is away right now so face time is a must. I can definitely nix the internet + tv tonight though.
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|1/15/14 10:11 AM|
Rayna- Caulking windows in on my list too! but I also have to take them apart to do that since they are home-made double wall windows....so that is too big of a project for this month! good luck!
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|1/8/14 10:54 AM|