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More Nutritional and Locally Farm Raised

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

We talked to Wendy from WI and here’s what she had to say:

Q
What’s your favorite way to prepare Happy Eggs?

A
I like eggs many ways but I like my eggs over medium best of all. I like having them with toast so I can dunk my toast in the yolk. I can flip eggs so enjoy cooking them. Prep is best as all you need is the eggs, butter and the pan.
Q
The new year is the perfect time to try new things. What Happy Egg Co. recipe will you try?

A
I would make marmalade and banana French toast. It stands out as it sounds like something a restaurant would have. I have never tried anything like it before. I almost chose the breakfast casserole as I think my other family members would like that one best.
Q
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?

A
I am glad the hens are raised in a way that makes them healthier. It leads to more nutritional eggs is definitely a bonus. I do think it sounds more natural and more humane for the chickens as well.
Q
What do you think of Happy Egg’s choice to raise their hens on small family farms, in support of family farmers?

A
Supporting small family farms is great. I have lived in the Midwest most of my life. There are many struggling farmers out there. Since they are local, they should be fresher than other eggs that are shipped in.
I like that Happy Eggs is trying to help local farmers and raise chickens in a better environment. Thank you for making eggs happy.

The Happy Egg Co. 12 Count Eggs

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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