Tuesday, February 1, 2011

[Heart] Note...to Eggland's Best Eggs

I should care that they are healthier. They have Omega 3 fatty acids, and lutein, and 25 percent less saturated fat than regular eggs--and all of that is good news, right? But, honestly? What matters more to me is that they are just better than regular eggs.  They behave better, they look better, and they taste better.

They're like designer eggs.

Think of it this way: once you have really good chocolate, even Dove, it's hard to go back to Hershey's kisses. You will, of course, because they're cheaper and go on sale more often than Dove does (or than you can get to Europe--where the really good stuff is made). Same goes here. I buy the regular grocery store eggs when they're on sale for a dollar (how could I not?) but when these go on sale, or I have a coupon, or I decide to splurge, I remember how much these rock. And how other eggs pale in comparison.

I [heart] them.


Amy said...

Good eggs really do make a difference!

Eggland's said...

Thank you for the love note! We are so glad to hear how much you enjoy our eggs. How can we get in contact with you? --Elena Parks, Eggland's Best

Tam said...

For real? I've never tried them. I do know, however,that fresh brown eggs are better, but who can afford those, or wants to raise chickens?

jck said...

Elena from Eggland's Best,
What a lovely surprise to have you comment! You can email me at jkryszpin@att.net.
Thanks, Joanne

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