So, I've red all the major egg posts on Paleohacks and am still a bit confused and unsure about what to do.
I've heard the line "eggs, even conventional, are better than no eggs at all."
Basically, my question is pretty simple. Do you agree with that statement? If so, it really would save me quite a bit of money. This weekend, for example, there's a sale for 18-carton eggs for .99. They're conventional and from a supermarket.
I just looked up how much it would cost to ship 8 dozen tropical tradition eggs to me and it's $68.76. I go through roughly 5-7 eggs per day when I eat them so at that rate it'd be roughly $150 a month just on eggs!
Could you please provide some insight regarding the type of eggs you all eat, reasons, additional scientific research/evidence, n=1 experience from switching from conventional eggs to others, etc.
I live in BFE so it's been quite a chore for me to source a good pastured egg supply.