Wednesday, July 5, 2017
from a healthy-chicken
1. Egg With Dark Orange Yolk A dark orange yolk usually signifies that the egg is extremely healthy, and most likely to be originating from a chicken farm, where chickens get all of their day light, instead of being stored in big dark rooms with no windows. The farm animals are also given the liberty to consume crickets, grasshoppers, insects, ticks and spiders, which is why their yolks are rich in nutrition. 2. Egg With Yellow Yolk Eggs with yellow yolks are usually found at supermarkets, and they are eggs that originate from factory chickens, raised in huge factories with nightmarish conditions. There is no sunlight, not enough space, and the rooms are dirty. Apart from that, they are only fed grains, and the chickens that lay these eggs have been hatched from incubators, which isn’t at all a natural process. 3. Egg With Light Orange Yolk Eggs with a light orange yolks are most likely to come from local groceries, originating from chickens which come from large chicken farms whose conditions aren’t as terrible as the ones in big factories, which are still not that suitable, but tolerable. One basic rule to follow is that the more chickens a farm produces, the lower their quality is. These are the three key differences that you need to be able to tell apart.