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A Dozen Reasons to Eat Eggs (and not feel guilty a ...

Aug 11, 2015

Improves Concentration Good nutrition affects a child’s ability to learn. Research* has shown that eating a well-balanced breakfast can improve a child’s: concentration level and attention span ma…

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Making Substitutions for Different Egg Sizes and W ...

Aug 4, 2015

Egg Sizes A hen lays about 320 eggs during her laying cycle. These eggs are not all the same size. Generally, as a hen gets older, she lays larger eggs. Eggs are categorized by weight, not size or s…

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5 tips for making crepes

May 5, 2014

I’m always on the lookout for ways to work smarter, not longer, while still eating right.  It’s one of the reasons I love eggs. I can make a quick, healthy meal I know everyone will love in half an ho…

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5 Reason to LOVE crêpes

Mar 17, 2014

This weekend while shopping for a stock pot, I also came home with a crêpe pan.  Busy with my head down, serious about comparing stock pots, my daughter wandered down the store aisle and holding up a …

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Do you know how much fat is in an egg?

Mar 12, 2014

Eggs are highly nutritious offering 14 essential nutrients including an excellent source of hunger-curbing protein and a moderate amount of fat. The fat in an egg is found in the yolk. There are 5 gra…

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Yolk or no yolk? Get the whole egg nutrition story

Feb 24, 2014

Egg whites and egg yolks offer different nutrients, so to get the full 14 nutrient package, it’s best to eat the whole egg. Just how does the nutrition profile of egg whites and egg yolks vary?  Take …

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Are you getting your breakfast protein? Don't forg ...

Jan 17, 2014

Cereal with milk is a go-to breakfast choice for many but emerging science suggests that won’t deliver enough protein.  Adding eggs to our weekday routine can help. Convincing research is showing that…

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Holiday Egg Nog recipes you will love

Dec 20, 2013

Nog, Nog... Who's there? Christmas! Everywhere you go it’s looking and tasting a lot like Christmas! Candy canes, peppermint lattes and chocolates are everywhere you turn in your office and house. H…

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What is the difference between stratas and frittat ...

Nov 4, 2013

I grew up eating eggs fried, scrambled, poached or made into a delicious western sandwich. Quiche would have been a pretty fancy dish for my immigrant Irish mom to make. Maybe that’s why when I hear s…

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