How to buy natural homemade eggs

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A fresh, home-made chicken egg is a valuable nutritious product. It's a rare success especially for a city dweller to acquire an environmentally friendly dozen. Therefore, towners often buy them from farms, from trusted manufacturers, despite the fact that the price is slightly higher.

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Homemade eggs: composition and the benefits

The properties of egg products are unique. It's a full-fledged source of all substances necessary for a human being. Therefore, they are universal: they are used in cooking as an independent raw dish, as a component of other dishes as well as an ingredient in confectionery.

  • digestible for 98% complete protein;
  • the optimal ratio of amino acids essential for the human body;
  • polyunsaturated fatty acids, phospholipids (lecithin);
  • minerals: phosphorus, sulfur, iron, zinc and others;
  • vitamins A, D (more than in butter), groups B, E, riboflavin, niacin, folacin, pantothenic acid, and biotin.
Water is 72.7%, minerals are just over 1%, proteins and fats are about 12% each, carbohydrates are about 0.7%.
However, the composition of the protein and yolk is obviously different. Yolk is high in minerals and vitamins, so it will be most useful in the form of fried or soft-boiled eggs.
Is there a difference between homemade and manufactured chicken egg products?

Yes, and for observers this fact is obvious. It's all about the nutrition and maintenance of the chickens. In poultry farms, the bird is in a confined space, eats what is provided for by humans, often crammed with drugs. Therefore, it is not surprising that factory eggs are saturated with substances unusual for them from nature.
A homemade free-range chicken is always a better choice as it's diet is varied and more balanced. After all, who else, apart from the bird, knows better what to eat? Blades of grass, pebbles, vegetable peelings, compound feed, grain crops - not a complete list of what a countryside hen consumes every day. If you add the sun, the wind, a small number of birds per 1m², the absence of veterinary intervention - and it becomes clear: the cost for a dozen is by no means overstated!
The taste of home eggs is richer, the smell is more pleasant. The color of the yolk and the shell does not depend on the place of origin.
The more balanced the nutrition, the richer the color of the yolk whereas the color of the shell depends on the breed of hens

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Why to buy homemade free-range eggs 

Own backyard - the ability to produce environmentally friendly food. Some specialize in vegetables, fruits, others grow all kinds of berries, others - herbs, spices, and some are successfully engaged in animal husbandry, poultry farming. It cannot be said which of the activities is more difficult. The main point is that people enjoy working with animals and plants in the fresh air. What a pleasure having a good harvest or high-quality products - meat, dairy, etc.!
It is not even worth comparing a product grown in ecologically clean conditions of a farm with those that are produced at special enterprises. The price may be slightly higher, but the health benefits are obvious!
Farmers or ordinary villagers who are willing to sell their surplus eggs usually gain “their own” buyers. Some People sell it "by acquaintance", some use classified ads, and others organize the process by opening an online store.
The price will be higher not just because someone wants it. The cost is strongly influenced by feed costs as well as delivery. For the same reason, in cold weather, a dozen is more expensive. By the way, the cost is also affected by its category: there are selected large eggs, up to 7 days old, as well as smaller and older ones. In different countries, categories are designated by their own conditional codes.
Purchasing from the store and saving on nutritional value, or buying from a reliable farmer is everyone's choice.

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