If you notice this on a chicken egg, do not eat it at all!

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    I was interested in this question when I started to cook chicken eggs for my 3-year-old daughter. If you are feeding a child, you think about the quality of products as never before …

    Chicken is a predator bird. In the diet of a healthy bird must necessarily include beetles, worms, rodents and even snakes! Also, the hen should move a lot, be outdoors enough time and have good immunity. Only in this case, she will carry eggs, good for your health!

    The eggs that the sick chicken has taken away are easy to distinguish from good eggs. I share useful information, which became a real revelation for me …

    How to check eggs

    First, check the eggshell. Raw eggs from a healthy chicken are difficult to break, the shell is hard, fairly thick. The richer the bird’s diet, the better its living conditions, the thicker the shell!

    Pay attention to the color of the yolk of the raw egg. The best egg has an orange yolk, the more saturated, the better! The pale yellow color of the yolk is a sign that the chicken that carried it, lived in poor conditions and was ill.

    How to check eggs

    Such an egg contains less nutrients and vitamins than an egg of a healthy chicken. Even worse, the soft yolks may contain harmful bacteria that cause severe gastric infections.

    Important and the thickness of the yolk: the egg from a healthy chicken contains a fairly thick yolk. In bad eggs, the yolk is always thin.

    Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to choose the best products for your family ! You just need to buy fresh eggs in several places and compare their characteristics. I’m sure you’ll be surprised how big the difference is …

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