Eggs, Australian, Free Range
They've got enough nutrients to support life and are the basic element in almost every baked good. Whilst they are high in cholesterol, there's nutrition plus and they are relatively low joule. Eggs provide high-quality protein, 11 vitamins and minerals (like vitamin D, A, E, B12, iron and choline), omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.
- Good for: eggs-ellent for very meal! Boiling, scrambling, poaching, baking, BBQing.
- Store in fridge as per carton instructions.
Did you know?
Most of the protein in an egg can be found in the egg white, while the yolk contains healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Freeze them for up to 10 months by simply beating them together and adding 1 teaspoon of salt (or sugar) to each 6 yolks.
If you need a 'vegan egg' in baking, then sub each egg with chia seeds in water using ratio 1 chia : 3 water tablespoons (for each egg). White chia seeds work best.