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Eating Your Environment

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

We talked to Andrea from CA and here’s what she had to say:

Q
Tell us what you made with your Happy Eggs!

A
I prepared my eggs two ways. First, I boiled them. And I did another batch of sunny-side up eggs. I like both styles of eggs so I wanted to see how the product stood up being cooked different ways. I liked the sunny-side up eggs over the boiled eggs. The boiled eggs did not taste much different than other eggs I would buy in the store. But the sunny-side up eggs tasted fresher.
Q
How do you feel about The Happy Egg Co.’s commitment to hen welfare?

A
Their commitment is something I can stand for. It is nice to know where my food is coming from. Having locally-raised animals makes the difference for me socially and environmentally.
Q
Get creative! What yummy summer recipe would you choose to incorporate Happy Eggs with?

A
I would like to make Pad Thai with these eggs. I think the freshness would taste great. I would share with my friends. I love ethnic foods so incorporating the eggs into a Pad Thai would be great.
Q
Happy Egg Hens spend their days doing things they love [like perching, foraging + dust bathing]. What are some of your favorite things to do with family + friends?

A
I like to get outside with my friends -- visit a body of water, go on a hike, go camping, go to breweries, and also spend time watching TV.
The eggs were delicious and nutritious, and they were a fair price point.

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