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Clucking Over the Thought of Scrambled Eggs

Free range, cage free, pasture raised…. are egg labels leaving your mind in a scramble?  Come on over to the Jewish Egg Co-op for an “eggucational” event at 1545 Cherryvale Road Boulder, CO on Sunday December 2nd from 12:00-2:00pm.  It will be an eggciting and fun filled event! Learn how to buy a better egg.  Meet our chickens and enjoy a farm fresh omelet from our full service kosher omelet bar!

The event starts with a video presentation and discussion led by animal welfare eggspert Yadidya Greenberg at Aish Kodesh Synagogue, which will help you navigate your way through egg labels in the store. We will then go across the street for a tour of the BJCC farm (including the hens, the goats & the bees) and a class in raising your own backyard flock.

And that’s where you can also get your beak wet with a FREE full service kosher omelet bar featuring our farm fresh eggs! YUM

Participants will receive pasture raised eggs from event sponsor, Vital Farms! Join us Sunday from 12:00-2:00 for an eggceptional time!

Please send RSVPs to Allison Cole at goodearth137@msn.com.

This eggceptional event is sponsored by:

About Yael Cohen

Yael Cohen is the #1 bestselling author of "Secrets of a Special Education Advocate" and host of Get IEP Help Live! She is also a member of Beit Izim, the Jewish Goat Co-op. Some of our goats are featured in "The Udderly Fantastic Goat Journal."

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