So, I broke open the local eggs I told you about in this post.

Check out the yolks.

Left = new local eggs.

Right = not the local eggs.

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I thought this was interesting. I can’t say I noticed any dramatic difference in taste, but visually, the yolks on the left were more appealing. I’ll have to see if anything tastes difference when I do a straight up local scramble.

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I'm Bridget. 37. Mom. Wife. Worker. I lived in Philadelphia (or thisclose to the city) for 35 years. That's all changed. We moved. From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. To Portland, Oregon. Cue minor culture shock.

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  1. My friend is currently working on a heritage breed chicken farm in California (that also lay all different colored eggs), and she told me that ordinary grocery store eggs often sit around for a month before they even make it to the shelves!

  2. I’ve had eggs since the original post and I keep thinking of beakless chickens, so sad! 🙁

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