For real egg applications like hard-boiled eggs on salads and stuff, I've been getting Omega-3 eggs. They work this way: The chickens eat flax seed containing short-chain omega-3 fats. Their livers transform them into the long-chain omega-3s that we need. Then we eat their young. ;) The trouble is expense, or so I thought.
Maybe they've come down in price, I don't know. Here's what I found at Econo Foods:
I was thinking of the price of having 2 eggs for each ounce of Bettter Than Eggs, but the omega-3 eggs are good to eat, each and every little morsel! So a little quick math - BTE, $.36 per oz., O3s $.24 per egg. Joy, another victory for real food! So today it's O3s; 2 dozen is breakfast for 2 for 3 days. Great!
Yes, he can be taught!