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We talked to Bob from WA and here’s what he had to say:

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What’s your favorite way to prepare Happy Eggs?

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I like to poach eggs because I feel that this preparation method best highlights the rich and complex flavor of the yolks.
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The new year is the perfect time to try new things. What Happy Egg Co. recipe will you try?

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I would like to try Marmalade and Banana French Toast. I think that bananas would provide a nice counterpoint to the subtle flavor of the toast and that a bit of orange marmalade would add sweetness and round things out without overwhelming the other flavors as syrup tends to do.
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Happy Egg Hens are pasture raised with over 8 acres of outdoor space to run + play. What do you think of Happy Eggs high animal welfare standards?

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I think the commitment to providing extensive pasture access is great on multiple levels. From an ethical standpoint, the chickens are allowed to engage in normal chicken behavior, which undoubtedly reduces their stress. The reduction in stress, along with access to a greater variety of food items, results in more nutritious eggs for us.
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What do you think of Happy Egg’s choice to raise their hens on small family farms, in support of family farmers?

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Smaller family farms were a cornerstone of America’s culture for a majority of its history. The widespread transition to giant corporate farms has caused economic distress in many rural areas and has resulted in agricultural products that are demonstrably less nutritious. Happy Egg’s commitment to support small family farms is a valuable step toward preserving an important part of our heritage and promoting the continued availability of high-quality agricultural products.
Happy Eggs from happy hens represent a commitment to small farmers and big nutrition.
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The Happy Egg Co. 12 Count Eggs

In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of Happy Egg Co..

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