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How To Cook Healthy Hatched Eggs

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We talked to Gerardo from CA 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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My favorite way to prepare and consume eggs is in an omelet. I put some olive oil in a frying pan to keep the eggs from sticking. I stir three eggs and wait for the pan to get heated. I then proceed to pour the stirred eggs in the saucepan. In the meantime, I wash some mushrooms and spinach. I then add the mushrooms and spinach on the top. When the bottom part of the omelet is cooked I flip it over to cook for another five to 10 minutes at medium temperature. I like this method of cooking eggs because it is fast and high in nutrients. It is also versatile because I can make it into a sandwich, wrap it in a big tortilla, or eat it with a fork.
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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’m not acquainted with the many forms of cooking eggs. However, the marmalade and banana French toast does look appealing. This method of cooking eggs does not look very complicated. I like the fact that one of the main ingredients includes my favorite fruit, bananas. I would personally change the French toast bread to whole wheat bread with cinnamon. I would serve this dish for my family at home, during workplace breakfast get togethers, or for just myself.
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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 it’s great that companies are raising animals in a more habitable environment. A happy and less stressed hen yields a healthier batch of eggs.
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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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I commend Happy Egg in its choice to support family farms. Family farms are more environmentally conscious and are thinking holistically as opposed to big conglomerate companies who are thinking economically.
Happy Eggs are very nutritious because the company cares about how farm animals (hens) are raised.
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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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