I've just fed my chickens quite a bit of grilled salmon scraps and skin (infused with spicy marinade). They absolutely loved it. However, I will have guests visiting me soon and they're looking forward to tasting the orange-yolked free range eggs that I just started collecting. Many people have noted that the eggs can taste awful when their chickens eat onions, garlic, or other smelly food. I personally love garlic and onions, and wouldn't mind my eggs pre-seasoned. I've seen the videos of hens getting processed where many yolks have already formed inside the body that have not been laid yet. I wonder how soon the salmon feast will affect the taste of the eggs? I know the guests don't like fish, so I don't want to put them off with fishy tasting eggs. Also, I would assume that the taste difference will be more evident on the yolk than the whites - would that be correct? How soon will a new diet affect the taste of the eggs?