What's the difference between white eggs and brown eggs? Do you have a preference? Almost everyone I have ever met has a prejudice of some sort when it comes to eggs. I'm here to tell you that there is one truly HUGE difference between white and brown eggs. Ready?
White eggs are white and brown eggs are brown.
I'm sorry. I couldn't resist. Okay, the truth is that there is absolutely no significant difference between the two beside the color of their shells. None whatsoever. So when you buy eggs from our hens, you are getting eggs rich in healthy Omega-3 fatty acids. Our hens, which lay both white and brown eggs, are allowed to roam free, and as such, supplement their diet with whatever tasty tidbits they scratch up in the pasture. Their yolks are richly colored various shades of orange (not that anemic-looking yellow you'll find in the eggs that factory-farmed hens lay).
Just for fun, we took a bunch of photographs one recent morning as we were cooking breakfast. In each example, there is an egg from a white shell and one from a brown shell in the frying pan. Can you see any difference? Which is the white egg? Which is the brown?
And once you cover it with cheese, nothing much matters anymore. Mmm, cheese!