Monday, March 11, 2013

Benefits of Eating Eggs

Eggs are one of God's most perfect foods. People need to eat more eggs. Eggs are protein-rich, low in sodium, and contain vitamins and minerals. In addition, eggs are inexpensive, delicious, and easy to prepare. Studies have now shown that many people on a low-fat diet can eat one or two eggs a day without measurable changes in their blood cholesterol levels. Saturated fat in the diet, not dietary cholesterol, is what influences blood cholesterollevels the most.

Eggs Benefit diseases such as:

 Adrenal exhaustion, Anemia, Blood clots, Brain and nervous system disorders (like Dementia, MS, Parkinson's, and ALS), Breast cancer, Cardiovascular disease, Digestive disorders, Gallbladder trouble, Macular degeneration, Memory challenges, Osteoporosis, Poor hair/coat, and Skin disorders. (Note: Please don't give more than 1-2 raw eggs/week to your pets as raw eggs can affect protein binding.)

Egg Yolk Facts:

o The yolk or yellow portion makes up about 33% of the liquid weight of the egg.
o The yolk contains all of the fat in the egg and a little less than half of the protein.
o With the exception of riboflavin and niacin, the yolk contains a higher proportion of the egg's vitamins than the white.
o All of the egg's vitamins A, D and E are in the yolk.
o Egg yolks are one of the few foods naturally containing vitamin D.
o The yolk also contains more phosphorus, manganese, iron, iodine, copper, and calcium than the white, and it contains all of the zinc.

Brouillade of eggs, tellines and truffles/ Brouillade d'oeufs, tellines et truffes


30 G of truffles 150 G of Tellines 12 eggs
salt, pepper
1 sheet of bay-tree 1 connects rosemary

Start the cooking of the tellines/ poissons pourbouillabaisse while plunging them in salted boiling water, sea water if possible. As soon as those start to open, leave them, using a skimmer. It is a cooking which must be very short. Décoquillez tellines. Book. To prepare the brouillade, chop truffle, then, in a bowl, break eggs. Scramble them slightly. Add chopped truffle, salt and pepper.

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