The animals move outdoors and start eating more grass, and their eggs and milk become more orange and yellow. You can also see it in the butter – the one on the left is from grass days and the one on the right is from hay days.
We enjoy seeing the sunshine come back into the eggs and milk.
Can you see the sunshine in the meat we sell? You will have to be the judge of that. My thinking is that if it is in the eggs and cream, it is also in the meat, whether or not I can see it.
How can you get these eggs, milk or meat with sunshine in them? You can email us and let us know what eggs or meat you would like. Eggs are $4.00 / dozen and are currently in good supply. Beef is $8 – 8.75 / lb, and chicken is $5.50 / lb. Unfortunately, we can’t sell (or give or lend) you milk as we don’t have a raw milk license.
How do you use eggs in your cooking? Are they part of a meal or part of baking? Do you store them for the off season, and if yes, how do you do that? You can reply below to let me know.
We are thankful for the sun in the egg!