Have you ever had farm fresh eggs?

If not you are missing out!

33w ago

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The difference in taste from small farm fresh eggs and from an egg farm are night and day. The treatment the chickens receive is a big difference as well. When you have to search the coop to find your eggs compared to eggs rolling down an egg slide you know there has to be a taste difference as well. I'm sure there are some of you that have never had farm fresh eggs and are wondering what I'm making a fuss about. Well, let me tell you. There is such a richer flavor that it would be enough to get you excited(eggcited?). At least if you like eggs that is.

I know it doesn't seem like much but do you see that the yolk on the right is a darker, richer orange? Well it does have a richer, almost velvetiness to that yolk. So make sure you have your soldiers ready! You do not want to waste any of that yolk. Who here gets fresh eggs from the farmer?

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Comments (19)

  • Yes, they're a whole lot richer and yellower, and less perfect- which means you can end up with double yolks. Which is excellent.

    The downside is chicken farming is not as romantic as it's cracked up to be.

      7 months ago
  • Can’t go wrong with some fresh eggs

      7 months ago
  • It truly is a night and day difference, especially the farms that supplement with fruits.

      7 months ago
  • Can’t go wrong with some fresh eggs

      7 months ago
  • We bought several chicks almost 2 yrs. ago and have not bought eggs since they started laying. We have large birds and bantams. Bantam eggs are even richer than the large birds eggs but they don't lay as often. I've started pickling some when we have too many.

      7 months ago
    • Nice! Actually prefer duck eggs when I can find them. Which here lately is not at all! But happy to have free fresh chicken eggs!

        7 months ago
    • Our birds free range in our backyard and they also get feed and lots of kitchen scraps. They'll eat almost anything.

        7 months ago
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