We finally got enough eggs for all of us to try an experiment - I had some eggs left from the "shaming carton" (I bought a dozen after waiting for almost a month after I'd thought they would start laying, with no eggs. I showed it to them and told them that's what they were supposed to be doing. Apparently, it worked) and some that my girls had left for me. I cooked one of each for each family member, in separate pans, but otherwise exactly the same way. it was amazing how different they looked, just coming out of the shell - the storebought ones were kind of watery, with pale flattish yolks, but my tiny ones were firm, the yolks stood up nicely and the COLOR!! WOW! family reaction: Husband, who wasn't really into the whole idea at first, came out with "can we not buy any more eggs ever again?" Daughter thought her double-yolker was really cool. She said our egg was richer. Son, the fussy one, said "WOW! Ours are great!" I thought cutting into our egg, after the storebought one, was a touch disconcerting, because the yolk color was so different. It wasn't a bad thing at all, just really made me take notice, with the color against my white plate. The flavor was definitely richer and stronger. YUM! I agree with the husband. I'm including a picture, although you really can't see the difference in the color as well as I could in real life. Can you tell the difference anyway? Yay chickens!