Thinking of getting chickens this spring? Here’s the main reason to do it: homegrown eggs taste amazing.
Here’s a visual representation of the difference.
On the left, an egg my chicken Rosie laid. On the right, an egg from the grocery store.
|* Yolks orange||* Yolks yellow|
|* Whites fluffy||* Whites watery|
|* Cooks fast||* Cooks slow|
|* Tastes 1000% better||* Tastes fine|
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2 thoughts on “Homegrown VS Store Bought Egg”
We can’t have chickens in the city, municipal by-law against it 🙁 But we can get farm fresh eggs, maybe not delivered daily, but lots of farmers markets and local stores sell them. Where I grew up, our neighbours sold eggs so mom would send us over to get some. 🙂
Melissa A.: That sounds great. More places should have farm fresh eggs available to buy like that.