Yesterday, 05:32 PM
I mistakenly trusted the cite of the study as being that which was alleged. Having now read the report in summary fashion, I agree that the cite did not accurately describe the nature of the study, at least so far as I have been able to cursorily determine.
See how easy it is to own up to one's errors? It makes you a better human being. It bespeaks honor and honesty, not to mention a stout ego vis-à-vis a huge puffed up cruller. The very man who has given you the lesson has augmented it with a real-life example in practice of that which he preaches. Learn from it and make good your wicked self before your fellows.
That all said, your assertion that soy proteins do not make their way into the eggs of birds fed on soy products has yet to be demonstrated. Not saying you are wrong, but only that you have provided no evidence to suggest that you are correct.
My birds are grain- and grass-fed. Our eggs are fabulous, BTW.
As for cults, here is one. Enjoy: