Do I want pasteurized or unpasteurized? Anything special to look for?
I've been buying them at the Farmers Market and typically consume over-easy in salads, over burgers, sausages etc.
The key word you want to look for is 'pastured'. This should indicate that the birds have a little room to roam and access to grass, bugs, dirt, etc... You can tell a good egg from a mediocre one by the yolk color - dark orange is good, pale yellow is mediocre. You might shop around from different vendors to see who has the best eggs.
I decided that all the eggs I can get locally suck. No difference between store-bought and farmers market. Now eggs from my parents' farm, these are the real deal, I'll clean out the fridge when I visit.
"Pastured"... Here's some good info. (Check out the "scorecard" for your area) http://www.cornucopia.org/2010/09/organic-egg-report-and-scorecard/
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