Yeah that's what they tell you.Keeping hens in batterys has been illegal in the EU since 1st Jan 2012.
They can be kept in larger "enrichment" cages though.
To be honest I don't think the enrichment cages are much better than batterys.Yeah that's what they tell you.
But even if you furnish the chicken pens with wallpaper, central heating and Sky Sports, I dare say $hitting out a rugby ball the size of a space hopper every day would put a crimp on my smile I tell ya.
Happy Eggs my ARRSE
PS "enrichment cages" induced a wee snigger.
Moderator mug in shot next time please.Lockdown Special #24
Bantam egg omelette. The new "middle class must have", smaller eggs so you have to buy more, but get to gloat at poor people and their shite supermarket own brand battery hen crappy ovulations...
Grated mozerella and mature cheddar thrown in at the end just before folding, just so the stuff didn't stick to my no longer non stick, sticky pan.
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Make leeks into strips about 2 inches long. Chuck into a frying pan with butter, garlic, pepper.OK fess up with the leek malarkey...
Very similar to my 'secret' recipe. Put the leeks in an ovenproof disk, add butter and lemon juice, cover with tinfoil and place at the bottom of the oven whilst your roast is cooking. When ready to serve, stir in a spoonful of natural yoghurt or creme fraiche and top with chopped walnuts.Make leeks into strips about 2 inches long. Chuck into a frying pan with butter, garlic, pepper.
Pan on slowly until leeks are soft.
Remove from heat. Add a teaspoon of grainy mustard and a dollop of natural yoghurt, fromage frais or cream.
Stir until combined.
Enjoy with lamb. Or sausages. Or pork. Or anything really.