|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|100||g||1||cup||Egg, whole, raw, fresh||$0.00||Pet Hens|
|45||g||2||cups||Seeds, flaxseed||$0.10||Whole Food Bin|
|45||g||1||cup||Cream, fluid, heavy whipping||$0.38||Costco|
|28||g||2||cups||Butter, whipped, with salt||$0.13||Costco|
|3.5||g||1||cup||Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened||$0.07||Amazon|
|2||pill||2||capsule||Optimum Nutrition Opti-Women Multivitamin||$0.25||Amazon|
|2||pill||2||piece||Nature's Bounty Biotin 10,000 MCG Softgels||$0.14||Amazon|
|1||g||1||capsule||Nature Made Organic Flaxseed Oil||$0.08||Amazon|
|2||pill||2||cups||Vitamin C with Bioflavonoids and Rose Hips, 1000mg||$0.00||Amazon|
Total Daily Cost:
|$1.14||Add Ingredients |
to Amazon Cart
Vegan with EGGS oh my!? My hens are pets and by nature they make eggs, nothing is harmed and no money is spent in support of commercial products.
These Raw Eggs are gathered from cage free pet hens that are fed a mix of organic homemade chicken feed, flax seeds, hemp seeds and green vegetables.
The nutritional value of the eggs is mirrored from Google's Nutrition Facts Sheet. The amount of healthy omega 3 fats is actually higher than reported.