Feb 26, 2013

The "Science" of Eggs

Here ya go folks... The "science" of eggs as demonstrated through common animal agriculture practices. Starving and gassing 50,000 hens - if not for the amazing rescue by the heroes at Animal Place.



And here's the real science of plant based Beyond Eggs:





Beyond Eggs ingredients include peas, sunflower lecithin, canola, and natural gums. In addition to being vegan, it's also gluten free and cholesterol free.   
More info on Beyond Eggs and here.
And don't miss your opportunity to sign up for a free sample!

File this under "Posts that write themselves"! :)

10 comments:

veganelder said...

Thanks to those folks for the rescue and shame on those who harm.

Thank you for the free sample link. :-)

D.E.M. said...

Thank you!

Olivia said...

Two amazing back-to-back videos; they go together perfectly. Bless all involved with that rescue. And bless Hampton Creek Foods and its v.c. backers! Just ordered a free sample. Thank you, Bea!

Ingrid said...

I'm in complete agreement with Olivia ... perfect juxtaposition of the two videos. Thank you for this, Bea. I was so moved by the rescue video. They did a beautiful job of interweaving the difficult and heartbreaking footage with personal stories, emotion and hope. So looking forward to Beyond Eggs.

Bea Elliott said...

Yes indeed gratitude to those who rescue! You're very welcome on the sample link - I hope Beyond Eggs leads to a huge reprieve for the hens. It would be so "cLucky" for them if it did! :)

Bea Elliott said...

Super welcome D.E.M. - Imagine how many hens we'd have to find homes for if/when Beyond Eggs becomes viable? Yippee for such challenges! :)

Bea Elliott said...

Hi Olivia! It is really good news isn't it? The saving of the refugees and the possibility of saving untold future victims! I guess this post was all about "free" wasn't it? :)

Bea Elliott said...

Hi Ingrid! With your artistic eye I'm glad you approve!

Hopefully someday you'll have the opportunity to capture the unheralded beauty of chickens/hens in your photography? You do their feathered brother and sister birds such justice... I can only imagine how your talents would reveal their hidden qualities.

Thanks for all you do! ;)

Ingrid said...

Bea, what a lovely compliment, thank you so much. I would love to photograph more domestic animals. The primary reason I don't is simply access. I obviously won't shoot images in any place where animals are exploited. So, I hope to get to some sanctuaries and rescues in the near future, for some photo ops with our other brethren. :)

Bea Elliott said...

Hi Ingrid - Yes I saw one series you did on grazing cows. Not quite "free ones" or "saved ones" - But you still were able to capture their majestic-cow-essence. Such beautiful creatures that they are!

I hope you do get to a sanctuary - Not only for the photos of the turkeys, ducks and chickens but for your own enjoyment and inner healing as well... I know you'll share with us when you do! Thanks! ;)