How To Safely Preserve Eggs for 9 months
Which comes first? Chicken? Or Eggs? “Chickens! Chickens are the ones who hatch the eggs!” *other one raises* “No! Eggs came in first! Chickens came from eggs!” What? Before we all explode, I want to tell you that we are not here to debate about chickens and eggs. We are only going to talk about eggs--- “Then why did you ask that question?! You could have asked something about eggs only!” Listen, you. I’m asking that because it has something to do with eggs! And that is just an opening for this getting-to-know article with eggs! Right. I'm calm now. Well, let’s proceed and collect some egg-formation.
Egg preservation need not be difficult, and there are several different methods that you can use in order to keep your eggs fresher longer. You can keep eggs fresh by using mineral oil, storing them in specific ways and more. Full details in the coming link below.
Eggs, according to Wikipedia, are “laid by female animals of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and have been eaten by humans for thousands of years.” Anyway, later we are going to deal only with chicken eggs because that is what we eat. So, just relax. We are not going to finish until next year if we talk about all animal eggs. Well, birds and reptile eggs consist of the protective shell, an egg yolk, and egg white.
Bird eggs have been used since the prehistoric times. Eggs were introduced to Egypt during 1500 BCE and in Greece at 800 BCE. Quills, at that time, are the primary source of eggs. A tomb in Egypt, the Haremhab tomb, shows a “man carrying bowls of ostrich eggs and other large eggs, presumably those of the pelican, as offerings.” For the ancient Romans, they preserve eggs and just like some of us today, they have eggs as part of their meals, however, with a slightly different use. “They crushed the shells in their plates to prevent evil spirits from hiding there.” Eggs, however, are forbidden during Lenten season because of their richness during the Middle Ages.
Eggs are also one of the most nutritious foods in the world. They contain a lot of vitamins that are essential for the body. According to Chris Gunnars, eggs have vitamins A, D, E, K, B6, B12, B5, B2, folate, phosphorus, selenium, calcium and zinc. Some people worry because eggs have high cholesterol, but, in fact, they help increase HDL, which is good cholesterol and “reduces the risk of many diseases.” Most of all, eggs have choline that plays a vital role in our nervous system and building cell membranes.
Very ‘eggy’, isn't it? Now why don't we start boiling and frying those eggs to enjoy its healthy benefits? But before that, let me ask you. Which comes first? Chicken or eggs? We can have the argument this time and throw eggs at each other. Shall we? For full instructions on how to preserve your eggs for a long time, visit the link to the 'Preparedness Pro' website link below.
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