Pasture-raised eggs wow us with their rich flavor, deep yellow yolks, and perky whites. And they just may be better for us than standard supermarket eggs––fresher; higher, according to some studies, in omega-3s and vitamins A and E ; and lower in cholesterol and fat. “Pasture-raised” isn’t an official definition, but generally means that the chicken got most of its nutrition from foraging, with grain to supplement . Look for the eggs at farmers’ markets.
- Suggested Recipe: Eggs Benedict light