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Is there a difference between white and brown eggs?


There is no difference in nutrition or flavour between white and brown eggs. White eggs are produced by white Leghorn hens, and brown eggs by Rhode Island Red hens. Brown eggs do have slightly thicker shells.

There is no difference in nutrition or flavour between white and brown eggs. White eggs are produced by white Leghorn hens, and brown eggs by Rhode Island Red hens. The only difference is that brown shells are a little thicker; they are less porous, less prone to breakage and they stay fresh a little longer.


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