Why are some eggs WHITE and others BROWN?
Some chicken eggs are brown, others are white. Is it just a matter of color, or does the difference run more than shell deep? Does quality play a role? Or the color of the chicken? You asked, and we answered.
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BROWN OR WHITE?
It turns out that brown eggs have a better reputation than white eggs, are more often associated with “naturalness” and sustainable livestock. But is that really so? No!
The color of the eggs does not indicate that it’s organic, nor whether the chicken was grown cage-free. Brown eggs are not necessarily healthier than white eggs, and vice versa.
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VIDEO: Cheesy Cauliflower Pizza Cups
These Cheesy Cauliflower Pizza Cups are just what you need when snack o'clock rolls around!
- 1/2 cauliflower head
- 8 eggs for cauliflower mix
- 4-6 cups shredded cheese
- 6 slices salami
- 6 tbsp pizza Sauce
- Boil diced cauliflower in salted water until tender.
- Blend, then transfer to mixing bowl.
- Mix in 2 eggs, pepper and 2 cups of shredded cheese
- Share the cauliflower mixture out between 6 ramekins, forming little cups
- Add 1 cup of shredded cheese
- Bake for 25 min at 375°F
- Add a slice of salami, a tbsp of pizza sauce, and one raw egg to each ramekin
- Top with cheese and return to oven for 7 min at 375°F
- Serve, and enjoy!
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