Eggs are probably one of natures complete foods and one of the most inexpensive sources of complete protein, minerals, and vitamins.
A recently research, said daily consumption of eggs actually reduces the chance of stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Lecithin-rich egg, in fact, breaks down cholesterol in the body
Eggs, contribute to strong and firm muscles, healthy skin, speedy growth of infants and children, good eyesight, tissue repair and brain development of fetus and newborn. It is also easy to digest.
*with a proper and moderate amount of consumption per day. (1-2 egg per day can be part of a healthy diet)
Here are egg tips that you need to know:
• Store eggs in a cool place or refrigerator, pointed-end down.
• The best way to separate eggs to do it straight from the refrigerator. Crack the egg gently but firmly, and with your two thumbs break open, letting some of the white slip over to the bowl. Slide yolk gently from one half-shell to the other, letting the white slip into the bowl.
• Eggs (whether the yolk, white or whole) cook very quickly so remember to beat thoroughly, adding a small amount of hot mixture into the beaten egg before pouring it entirely during cooking. This gives a smooth texture and prevents lumps.
• Yolks of fresh eggs are round; whites are vicious and clear. As the egg ages, the yolk flattens out and the white becomes watery and cloudy.
• For easier peeling of hard-cooked eggs, wash but do not soak eggs in tap water. Drain right away and peel when cool enough to handle.
Aside from chicken egg, which is the most popular, there are other edible species such as duck eggs, century egg, salted egg, quail egg and etc.