Only one of the two eggs came from a free range farm -- Can you tell which one?
March 12, 2016
There are eggs and then there are real eggs, and the difference is not only in price. The eggs that are produced on a farm with hens that are free to roam and scratch the ground looking for worms and insects have a yolk with a bright orange-yellow color. Free-range eggs from a farm also have a much more intense odor and flavor.
Instead, the egg that was purchased at a supermarket and the one from a convenience store both show a light yellow color, as well as being more insipid. It is very important to choose genuinely healthy food, and this trick allows you to recognize it at a glance!