Most Heritages Are Precious So Are The Happy Egg Heritage Breed 12 Count Eggs
In Partnership with The Happy Egg Co.
We talked to Saleh from CO and here’s what he had to say:
Saleh on the Colors of Heritage Breed Shells
I have already seen these colors of eggs. They are fairly rare and from farm raised hens.
What He Thought of the Rich Amber Yolk. . .
The yolk’s copper-gold color was unique and I felt it should be more nutritious than commodity eggs.
His Thoughts on Heritage Breed’s Distinct Flavor
I enjoyed the flavor of the Heritage Breed Eggs. I mixed the eggs with shredded cheese and cooked them in the microwave. The cooked mixture had some kind of original flavor.
Saleh on Happy Egg’s Commitment to Free-Range Farming. . .
The Happy Egg products are from farm and pastures, so the eggs are produced as organically and healthily as possible. These are the kind of eggs one can get in the rural communities.