Famous eggs – available at Seward Co-op and Mississippi Market Co-op locations
My lady ducks’ eggs have made the Top 50 Tastes of 2010 in the Star Tribune Newspaper! Way to go gals, love ya!
Khaiti Kahleck’s business started with a taste. “I had my first duck egg and I flipped out,” said this former self-described “angry vegan.” “They have so much substance and richness, it just blew me away.” We have that same feeling about her duck eggs, produced by 160 happy, milk-chocolate-colored Khaki Campbells, who roam outdoors and eat very well on Kahleck’s small Osceola, Wis., farm. The eggs’ shells have a stunning opalescence, and their nutrient-packed yolks translate into some incredible baking. A former Seward Co-op staffer, Kahleck christened her farm “LTD,” for Living the Dream, and in just three years she’s carved out a swath of devoted customers. “I have some pretty hard-core fans,” she said.”