Edibles I make and like.
Tasty in the mouth, good for the body.
I recommend your ingredients be organic.
I love soft boiled eggs. I especially enjoy them in this lovely Polish egg holder.
This morning I had my two eggs with toast, watercress drizzled with olive oil, cracked pepper, coarse unprocessed sea salt. Simply delicious.
Fresh Polish country eggs! These oblong eggs were especially large, almost 3 inches in length, and oh-so delicious. You really haven’t tasted eggs, until you’ve had ‘em fresh.
Enjoy your eggs bolied continental style, like at this impromptu Polish breakfast:
The egg is a good source of iodine, folate, selenium, riboflavin (B2), vitamin B12, phosphorus, and fat-soluble vitamins A and D and provides some vitamin E. The egg is also an excellent source of protein. Egg protein is of high biological value as it contains all the essential amino acids needed by the human body. Eggs therefore complement other food proteins of lower biological value by providing the amino acids that are in short supply in those foods..
*** If you soft boil your eggs or prepare them so that the yolk is still fluid, you will also get a good dose of lecithin. Eggs are the only food that delivers this nutrient essential to metabolic functions and the structure of all cells in the body!
Lastly, a little cholesterol may not be so bad, it helps to maintain the flexibility and permeability of cell membranes and is also a raw material for the fatty lubricants that help to keep the skin supple. Cholesterol is essential for the production of sex hormones, cortisol, vitamin D and bile salts.
YAY for the EGG!