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February 1, 2011

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So, did those that made it to the table have that authentic free-range taste? In my experience (in France and Postville) there is a distinct difference. Also with eggs. The yolks of the farm eggs we bought in France were deep orange, not anemic And the freshness. yellow. The difference is supposed to be due to the bugs the free-range chickens eat. I once ate turkey in Postville that had been slaughtered less than an hour before being roasted and the flavor was amazing. We in American cities don't know what we are missing, meant literally. However, there is a movement to change that. Apparently people in Minneapolis are keeping chickens in their backyards. In NYC, people keep chickens on their rooftops.

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