Blue And Brown Eggs Equal Golden Discovery

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We talked to Omar from CA and here’s what he had to say:

Omar on the Colors of Heritage Breed Shells
The colors were very interesting. Even though it was labeled as brown and blue I wasn’t expecting the boldness of either color. I’ve never had blue eggs before, but I’ve had speckled brown eggs before. Yes, I was extremely excited to try them.
What He Thought of the Rich Amber Yolk. . .
The color of the yolk was certainly amber and even after scrambling it held its amber shade. It made the egg look richer and more inviting to consume.
His Thoughts on Heritage Breed’s Distinct Flavor
I enjoyed the flavor. It was more light and yet full of substance. I made a firm scramble and it was not rubbery, in comparison to some commodity eggs.
Omar on Happy Egg’s Commitment to Free-Range Farming. . .
I like the idea of commitment to raising free hens. This is better for the animals, their byproducts, and the environment at large. A win-win-win for sustainability.
I did think the cost of these eggs must mean they are laden with gold. Good is right. There’s a surprisingly richer than gold yolk that entices the palate.

Happy Egg Heritage Breed 12 Count Eggs

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