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Eggs Facts To Crack You Up This Spring
If you like it, then you should have put an egg on it. Eggs are pretty awesome, am I right?
Some people cannot imagine their breakfast without it, others color their eggs (chicken eggs to be precise) for special events. But all of us can agree that there is something so peculiar about their shape that through centuries they become symbols, not to say icons. Tasty icons. But let’s not get scrambled over it, and let me tell you fun facts about this versatile protein bomb. First, let’s get things laid, I mean straight. British researchers claim that the chickens must have come first as the formation of an egg is only possible thanks to a protein that can be found in a chicken’s ovaries.
But let’s not get scrambled over it, and let me tell you fun facts about this versatile protein bomb.
First, let’s get things laid, I mean straight. British researchers claim that the chickens must have come first as the formation of an egg is only possible thanks to a protein that can be found in a chicken’s ovaries.
DID YOU KNOW?
Now that that’s out of our way, you definitely need to know that cooked eggs have more protein than the raw ones.
Plus, it should be in your best interest not to mess around eggshells when uncooked. It is said that 1 in every 20,000 eggs can contain salmonella bacteria. Refrigerating eggs is not necessary as they need only room temperature, but once they have been refrigerated they need to stay that way. And by the way, did you know that old eggs are easier to peel? Cloudy egg whites are also indicating that your egg is not the freshest.
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If you think that your breakfasts need something more e(gg)xtra then boy, do we have a recipe for you. Have you tried poached eggs? You will love it!
1Crack an egg into a bowl (you can use our Nesting Measuring Set for this purpose). Keep in mind that if there is any thicker white you need to tip this away.
2Fill your cookware (a pan or skillet – BTW. we have a Dinner Ceramic Cookware Set, perfect for eggs!) with water at least 5 cm deep and then make sure it simmers. Don’t add any salt.
3Make a little swirl and tip the egg into the pan. The yolk should follow the white.
4Cook for 2 minutes then turn off the heat and leave in the pan for 8-10 minutes.
5Lift the egg out with a slotted spoon. You can also drain it on paper towels.
Oh, and this Easter be grateful that you have to paint only chicken eggs. Do you know that an egg of an Ostrich can average about 150 mm (6 inches) in length by 125 mm (5 inches) in diameter and about 1.35 kg (3 pounds), is also the world’s largest (source: britannica.com). Thinking about that! Now, who’s hungry? Dont forget to share it with us!
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