Real Eggs

January 17, 2010

Sadly, few of us know what real farm fresh eggs actually look and taste like. We typically see perfectly uniform white or brown eggs in grocery stores. So, I thought I’d share a picture of farm fresh eggs from my boyfriend’s family farm. As you can see, the eggs vary in size, shape and color. What they don’t vary in is taste. These eggs crush the flavor competition. They cook up creamier and lighter than anything I’ve found in the grocery store. These are truly free range, cage free, naturally fed, healthy chicks and it shows. The proof is in the yolk. Check your local farmer’s market to find comparable eggs.

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David January 27, 2010 at 11:19 pm

You are right. Real eggs are great in so many ways. Thanks.

small house January 22, 2010 at 4:03 am

I know this stuff. We had a farm when I was little and I really like the farm eggs from the native chickens there. The shell was not white and they taste a little nicer.

Meredith January 18, 2010 at 8:54 am

After reading this post I remembered I had some “real” eggs (also known by some of my friends as, eggs from a real chicken) in the fridge. It’s unreal how much better they are!

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