Taka Update November 03, 2015
Fish delivery and more
☆Tuna is Yellow fin so far. And I will get new tuna tomorrow.
☆We have uni from California, USA.
☆ Live scallop is available but there is no surf clam.
☆ Fresh Ikura is available. It has texture, you must try what is fresh.
☆ Hawaiian fish is not coming this week. I juts skipped it.
☆ 2 new fishes are coming today. I can get something new every week.
Our closing date will be February 27th or March 10th. It depends on construction delay. I signed the lease last week. I had a meeting with designer and contractor already. I gave my idea. The opening date is April 1st 2016.
Are Brown Eggs Really Healthier Than White Eggs?
Brown eggs and white eggs are, nutritionally at least, exactly same: about 70 calories, 6 grams of protein, and a generous helping of B vitamins.
So why the different hues? "White-feathered chickens lay white eggs. Brown feather chickens lay brown eggs. It's as simple as that,"
Chances are that brown eggs owe their superior health reputation to their inflated price tag. But brown eggs cost more than white eggs simply because they cost more to produce. Brown chickens are larger than their white cousins, so they eat more food, which in turn costs farmers more. And guess who pays for that? You.