Learn all about eggs—varieties, nutrition, tips—in this informative article.
|If you thought there were only two types of eggs—white and brown—start the new year with this egg-cellent review of eggs: an egg glossary, egg nutrition and health facts, tips. Some highlights:
– There are 10 different type of eggs, apart from brown versus white. Cage-free, Free-Range, Vegetarian, Organic and Vitamin-Enriched are some of the choices.
– There’s no nutritional difference between brown and white eggs. Brown hens produce brown eggs, white hens produce white eggs.
– Eggs should be left in their and kept on an inside refrigerator shelf where temperature does not vary—not removed to a plastic “egg holder” on the refrigerator door. The carton insulates the eggs from loss of moisture.
– Never use a cracked raw egg. It can easily be contaminated with bacteria that cooking will not kill. Read the full article, and you’ll gain a lot of eggspertise. There’s more to learn about eggs in the Eggs Section of THE NIBBLE online magazine.
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