Eggs are probably one of the most versatile foods we have available to us. NestFresh sent me a coupon to buy and try their a dozen of their eggs, and to be quite honest, I did not think that it made any difference which eggs you bought, that they were all the same when it came to taste. I was proven wrong. What we put into our bodies matter, and if we are going to eat animal products, then what the animal ingests matters just as much. These eggs are Non-GMO, free range, or pasture raised, I believe all of these things are very important.
The first thing I noticed of course was that the eggs were brown, I know you think that is silly but, I have never eaten a brown egg and it rather intrigued me, so I found out that White Leghorn chickens are white and lay white eggs. Rhode Island Red, New Hampshire and Plymouth Rock chickens are all reddish-brown and lay brown or brown-speckled eggs. Interesting. I have heard that the brown eggs are more nutritious than white eggs, I don’t know if that is true, but hey the looked great.
I loved how big the eggs were, most of the time I buy large eggs and they are pretty much the same size, these were large eggs but they seemed bigger. I fried the egg in a simple skillet with real butter, as with any food that I am reviewing I like to try it pretty plainly so that the flavors can shine. The egg white was very clear and the yolks perfectly round and the taste was superior. It had a very clean and fresh taste, I compare it to home-grown tomato over store-bought. The eggs were good, they were a cut above to other eggs that I have eaten and honestly that shocked me, I did not think there would be a taste difference. The things that impressed me however had nothing to do with the taste.
I found out that every NestFresh Egg across the country meets the high standards that NestFresh eggs started with and that, each farm is inspected by auditors committed to farm animal welfare. NestFresh are committed to producing eggs that are cage free and are devoted to sustainability and humane treatment of animals. By introducing even more products such as organic, free range, pasture raised, and the first Non-GMO Project Verified Eggs.
These are eggs are the best I have ever eaten and they are perfect, with being cage free they fit the things that are important to me and my family and the things we want to put in our bodies. Visit the Nest Fresh website and you can see where they are sold near you, stop by and grab some I think you are going to love them as well.
Carlos Alvarez saysJanuary 6, 2015 at 1:09 pm
I hope the new year is going well & thank you for this article. Organic and free-range eggs, meats, and non-GMO crops/veggies are by far the best and healthiest anyone can eat (proven countless times in major studies). I’m glad to see you post about it here and look forward to similar articles.