The Color Of The Yolk Can Tell You If The Egg Came From A Healthy Chicken


As the internet continues to grow with new information on health and wellness, more people are starting to become aware of some of the unhealthy procedures that go into making the foods we enjoy. While we might think we’re getting the best products in the supermarkets, this is often not the case. This is because some foods are prepared differently depending on where they’re coming from such as

  • Milk,
  • Cheese,
  • Eggs.

You may not have thought about it before, but there are actually some eggs that are better for you than others. Eggs that come from free-range chickens or from local farms and markets will be vastly different from those purchased from a large chain supermarket. We’ve come up with a few tips on how you can tell if the quality of your eggs is good or not. We’ll also tell you some of the best places to find good eggs and how to avoid a bad carton.

1. One woman on YouTube did an experiment in which she purchased three cartons of eggs from different locations. One from a local farmer, another from a market which was labeled to contain free-range eggs, and the third from a larger supermarket chain.

2. You can immediately see the difference in color and size between the farm-raised eggs as compared to the supermarket eggs. The woman commented that the “regular” eggs don’t have as much of a golden color as the farm eggs.

3. She starts with the egg from the local farmer, cracking it easily into the pan. You’ll notice that it comes out in a golden orange color and that it’s perfectly round.


4. Next, she takes an egg from the market and cracks it into the pan. Even though the eggs look very similar from the shells (she almost cracked two from the same carton) as soon as the second eggs hits the pan, the result is quite drastic.



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