Originally published on Food and Fond Memories on May 28, 2014 by sandyaxelrod Leave a Comment (Edit)

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Beautiful and NestFresh Eggs

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An “Eggceptional” NestFresh Egg

I was recently fortunate enough to partner with NestFresh Eggs and I am excited to tell you about their wonderful product. We use eggs in so many ways. Whether you are preparing breakfast, lunch, dinner or desserts the one thing you want to know for sure is that your eggs are farm fresh. In the case of NestFresh Eggs the name says it all. These ultra fresh eggs come right from the nest to the market. I got my NestFresh Eggs at my neighborhood Whole Foods. I always use jumbo eggs, even in cakes, and these are really very big grade A 100% cage free eggs packed with natural nutrients and nothing else. The chickens that lay these “eggceptional” eggs are raised on a non-gmo vegetarian diet and contain no antibiotics, no chemicals and no hormones! All of this information put my mind at ease because I prefer to cook with natural ingredients. And even though it’s a huge egg it only contains 90 calories of pure goodness.

A English muffin sandwich with home fries and condiments on a white plate.

Sausage and Egg Sandwich

A white plate mounded high with roasted marrow bones, greens and toasted baguette slices.

Marrow Bone and Croutons Topped with Poached Egg

Deconstructed Caesar Salad with Poach Egg

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Kimchi Meatloaf with Fried Egg

In the coming months I will post about recipes using Nest Fresh Eggs. And perhaps in the future we will host a give away or two. But for now give these amazing and delicious eggs a try. Go to your local Whole Foods Market and pick up a dozen or two. For a complete list of stores across the country that carry NestFresh Eggs be sure to go their website. Let me know if you agree with me on how “eggcellent” and nutritious they are.

An empty cardboard egg carton with a glass bowl filled with brown eggs on a white marble counter

A Bowl of Goodness, NestFresh Eggs

Disclaimer: I was given a coupons for free eggs but the opinions expressed here are 100% my own.