How To Make It An Eggselent 2012
It is amazing that I love eggs considering that I lived on a chicken farm for 7 years and ate eggs seven days a week. I still have scars on my hands where the chickens pecked me while they sat in their nests and didn’t want to give up their eggs.
I love eggs made every way-poached, hard-boiled, fried, omelet and a frittata. In our book, Funny Food, there is a section on the whimsical egg breakfasts that Bill has made for me.
Contrary to previous beliefs, new research shows that moderate consumption of eggs does not have a negative impact on cholesterol. If you generally eat a well-balanced, low fat/cholesterol diet, then eggs are a great daily source of protein, essential amino acids and nutrients. And don’t skip the yolks; they contain most of the egg’s vitamin supply.
The amount of protein in one large egg is one of the highest quality proteins found in any food. Eggs are natural, and one egg has lots of vitamins and minerals all for 70 calories.
Best of all, eggs are a very inexpensive protein. They are a delicious affordable breakfast option.
Make fun egg breakfasts and tell your kids that eggs have lots of minerals and vitamins that help their brain function, gives them muscle strength and healthy eyes.
If you make New Year’s Resolutions, why not make this year to eat well and move more.
Include the whole family in this shared goal.
Check out this Eggselent 2012 animation video.