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We talked to Raul from GA and here’s what he had to say:

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Tell us how you prepared your Happy Eggs.

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I boiled the Happy Eggs. I like boiling them and adding them to my salad. I find the Happy Eggs to have more flavor than non-organic eggs. I like boiling them for exactly seven minutes so they are still a little runny.
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How do you feel about The Happy Egg Co.’s commitment to hen welfare?

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Free range hens are happy hens. I love the commitment to not only raise chickens organically and without antibiotics but also be mindful of the environment these chickens are raised in. Happy hens that have plenty of space and eat a natural diet lay better and more flavorful eggs in my opinion.
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The Holidays are coming! What festive dish would you use Happy Eggs for?

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For the holidays I always make a variety of deviled eggs for family gatherings. I make traditional with tuna, spicy with sriracha sauce, and bacon deviled eggs. There is always something new and everyone loves them. I get together with my parents and brother and sister and their families and we each bring a dish. My deviled eggs are always a hit.
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What’s your favorite Holiday memory?

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Christmas is my favorite holiday. A few years ago we had some family visit and spend the holidays with us. We are not originally from here and so we don’t get to see family from overseas all that often so that made it extra special.
Eggs from hens raised in a humane environment taste better and are healthier.
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