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What is the difference between Sno White Eggs and Lucerne Eggs at Safeway?

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At Safeway, I buy the large size Sno White Eggs which sells for $2.83 a dozen. I almost never buy the large size Lucerne Eggs which sells for $3.00 a dozen, unless they go onsale. Is there a difference in taste or quality between the two brands?

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I just got some eggs from across the border @ $7.99 for 60 eggs. I got 120 of them for $16 bucks.

If you go to Costco in the US they are even cheaper, $6.99 for 60 eggs.

I need lots of eggs because I train, my breakfast includes 5 egg whites so it makes huge diff. Something to think about for egg lovers.

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I just got some eggs from across the border @ $7.99 for 60 eggs. I got 120 of them for $16 bucks.

If you go to Costco in the US they are even cheaper, $6.99 for 60 eggs.

I need lots of eggs because I train, my breakfast includes 5 egg whites so it makes huge diff. Something to think about for egg lovers.

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^ I can't wait to get a Costco card.

Not sure why I have waited this long...$55 a year is cheaper than a Starbucks Coffee! I kid I kid.

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^ I can't wait to get a Costco card.

Not sure why I have waited this long...$55 a year is cheaper than a Starbucks Coffee! I kid I kid.

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HAHAHA. I always get a kick out of the human sized Dorito bags.

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HAHAHA. I always get a kick out of the human sized Dorito bags.

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Free range, bros

Don't be cruel

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i introduce you to balut: duck embryo. this one isn't so disgusting though. the later stages where the chick is more fully formed is more :sick:

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I was tricked into eating that once. It's one of the reason I avoid filipinos I don't know.

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i introduce you to balut: duck embryo. this one isn't so disgusting though. the later stages where the chick is more fully formed is more :sick:

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Free range, bros

Don't be cruel

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I was tricked into eating that once. It's one of the reason I avoid filipinos I don't know.

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you can actually get it over here??? eww.

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lol. excuse me while i :sick:

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I steal my eggs from various nests around town. The varying stages of development always mean I'm getting a different surprise everytime!

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