eggs

No, that isn’t a typo. Veggans are those who follow a vegan diet, free of all animal products, but they have decided to eat eggs. The trend seems to have started in England but has jumped across the pond with more vegans becoming veggan. Some add eggs because they simply like them, others are looking for an excellent … Read More

Can you use cracked eggs? Don’t buy cracked eggs but if one is cracked accidentally, break the egg into a clean container, cover and use within 2 days. If an eggshell cracks during cooking, the egg is safe to eat. Is the green ring around the yolk of a hard cooked egg safe? Yes. Sulfur and iron compounds leech out … Read More

We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think. Nest Fresh offers Certified Cage Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, and certified kosher (OU) eggs. They are produced on small family farms across the country that are formed into a cooperative under Hidden Villa Ranch. Hens … Read More

Your doctor has told you to “watch your cholesterol.” Your numbers are up and you want to bring them down. You leave the office and then think of questions you wished you had asked. You aren’t alone. Here are some common questions people frequently ask us about cholesterol. To lower my cholesterol, do I have … Read More

It’s a Myth: Eating eggs raises cholesterol. Research has shown no connection between eating up to 1 egg a day and heart disease. High blood cholesterol is more likely caused by diets high in saturated fats and low in fiber than diets that include a moderate amount of eggs … Read More

Research has shown no connection between eating up to 1 egg a day and heart disease. High blood cholesterol is more likely caused by diets high in saturated fats and low in fiber than diets that include a moderate amount of eggs. … Read More

It’s a myth. Research has shown no connection between eating up to 1 egg a day and heart disease. High blood cholesterol is more likely caused by diets high in saturated fats and low in fiber than diets that include a moderate amount of eggs … Read More

We love to try new foods. Some are great and become staples in our kitchen. Others don’t measure up. See what you think. Hard-cooked eggs are an excellent source of high quality protein and low in fat. They are versatile, making a salad into a meal or providing the filling for a sandwich. Simply chopped … Read More

Want to be thinner, smarter and healthier? Eat breakfast! Skipping breakfast to save time or a few calories actually increases your risk for weight gain, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. You’ll also be less sharp at that morning business meeting or learn less at the computer training session. Why? Because your body needs that AM … Read More