I vote "raw", although you can basically manipulate a chickens diet to make the yolk any color, even blue. My mother used to get eggs from a lady earning house egg money up the road in summer whose chickens were truly free range in a cow pasture on the edge of a pine forest in central Maine. Those egg yolk were the deepest vitelline orange I ever saw or tasted. That is the first time I ever heard that word, and developed a sense memory association with it ever since. My father told me the word, he got it from growing up in Chicago during the Great Depression and my grandparents candles eggs in the evening to bring in extra income.
Back to Maine, my mother was on the "wait list" of customers for this women eggs and she would call in the summer and say we could have eggs for the next four weeks in July or August. It was because her regular customers went on summer vacation and their was a precious surplus. In 25 years we never became first string customers, but those eggs were vitellinious in the summer.
Fear less, hope more;
eat less, chew more;
whine less, breathe more;
talk less, say more,
and all good things will be yours.