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The Eggs that Make you Want to Go Back for More

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

We talked to Nicole from AK and here’s what she had to say:

Q
Tell us what you made with your Happy Eggs!

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I fried two eggs with just a little butter to keep from sticking to the pan. I didn't add any salt or pepper. The eggs were delicious enough to eat plain and I didn't feel the need to add anything to them. I also hard-boiled two Happy Eggs and two of my regular cage-free eggs. The Happy Eggs were larger, and tasted great. My regular eggs seem to taste a little funny after having eaten the Happy Egg. The Happy Eggs just seemed to have a more natural taste.
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How do you feel about The Happy Egg Co.’s commitment to hen welfare?

A
I think it is great to know that Happy Egg is certified by the American Humane Society, and to know that the hens really do have an open, free-range area (8 acres according to the carton). I have seen terrible videos of mass produced chickens, squished into tiny areas. It sounds like Happy Egg's hens have a much better life!
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Get creative! What yummy summer recipe would you choose to incorporate Happy Eggs with?

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When my husband gets home, I plan on having him try one of our regular hard-boiled eggs, and then try a Happy Egg, and see if he notices the difference. I'm sure he will choose the Happy Egg! And then we will turn them into egg salad sandwiches for lunch toast, and have some good ol scrambled eggs for breakfast tomorrow. I'm excited to try them that way. :-)
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?

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I love to go out hiking or sit by the lake with the family, because it is relaxing and makes us feel good to be able to bond together.
The natural taste of Happy Eggs makes me want more!
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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