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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.
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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