OK, you know what one of the most awesome things about living in Sweden is? Seriously?
Why does that matter? - you might be wondering.
Because today I baked cookies with Little Swede and we could totally enjoy liking the bowl. And let me tell you, we went to town.
Butter, sugar, a little vanilla and two eggs. Yum.
Yes, there is practically no Salmonella in Sweden. If there is a Salmonella outbreak, the animals are usually ‘taken care of’ quickly and the outbreak is reported in the national papers.
This might be thanks to Astrid Lindgren and her early quests to support chickens and set up strict rules for caring for chickens in Sweden. Or it may just be to very careful conditions. I don’t know.
But I do know I enjoy it. And I think it really should be an eye opener to the rest of the world - it is possible to mass produce eggs from healthy chickens.