Cooking and Baking

"Nest Run" Eggs

I came across "nest-run" eggs at my university's butcher shop. The butcher there couldn't really give me a lot of information, other than they were ungraded and I should wash them.

Is anyone here familiar with "nest-run" eggs? Are they essentially the same as "regular" eggs? Are they safe?


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