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10 March 2015 - 9:36, by , in Uncategorized, No comments
Some people insist that eggs are not all they are cracked up to be, but we disagree. Yes, eggs can be high in cholesterol. There can be up to 200 milligrams in one large egg, and when compared to most other foods, that number seems outrageous. But just because food has high cholesterol does not...
6 March 2015 - 11:18, by , in Uncategorized, No comments
It is no yolk: fresh eggs contain the potential to carry foodborne illnesses. But before chickening out, do not fret. Eating eggs is still perfectly healthy! Just take extra caution with how they are handled. Even if the egg is clean, the very small possibility still exists that the egg contains a specific bacteria called...
2 March 2015 - 10:01, by , in Recipes, No comments
Struggling to find the best way to cook your egg? We’re ready to help you bring the sunny-side up to your breakfast: those hard times will be over easy! A poached egg can be a healthy way to spruce up the first meal of the day, since it does not require any added fat like...
23 February 2015 - 15:22, by , in Egg Recipes, No comments
Tired of a boring breakfast of cereal and milk? Make your breakfast more eggs-iting with some hard boiled eggs! They are nutritious and can be easily made in bulk, so they are an easy addition to your weekly meal prep. But making the perfect hard-boiled egg can be difficult. Shelling the egg can be time...
16 February 2015 - 10:45, by , in Organic Eggs, No comments
The egg section at the grocery store can be overwhelming. Grade AA, A, or B, size Jumbo, XL, Large, Medium, Small, Peewee, organic, vegetarian, free-range, brown, white? What does it all mean, and what eggs are the best? We’ve talked before about the difference between white and brown, and the sizes are pretty self-explanatory. As...
6 February 2015 - 13:47, by , in Egg Facts, No comments
You hear it all the time: brown eggs are better. They contain more nutrients, they’re better for you, they taste better. They’re more expensive, so they must be healthier. Right? Not necessarily. When it comes down to it, brown eggs and white eggs have one real difference: their color. So why do we consider white...
30 January 2015 - 16:00, by , in Egg News, Egg Nutrition, No comments
As you eat an omelette during Sunday brunch, are you thinking about the hen’s breakfast that produced those eggs? Probably not. But maybe you should. A hen’s diet plays a significant role in determining the quality of the egg produced. In fact, the best organic eggs come from hens who are fed the best diet....
21 January 2015 - 15:05, by , in Humane Harvest Eggs, No comments
If you’re a vegetarian trying to decide whether eggs should fit within the confines of your diet we have good news! Chino Valley Ranchers’ Humane Harvest eggs are both delicious and vegetarian. Our fresh eggs come from hens that receive a special diet high in protein and low in saturated fat. No animal byproducts or...
14 January 2015 - 15:56, by , in Soy Free Eggs, No comments
Are you trying to reduce the amount of soy in your diet? Like many Americans, you may be allergic to soy, but escaping its presence can be nearly impossible, and oftentimes quite unpleasant when the foods you want to eat upset your stomach. Many people experience allergic reactions to eggs, however it may not be...
11 January 2015 - 22:24, by , in Organic Egg Farms, Organic Eggs, Comments off
Chino Valley Ranchers’ farm-fresh certified, cage-free organic eggs are produced by hens fed only the finest organic grown grains. On our farm we run our own feed mill to ensure the birds receive the highest quality feed. Hens that live in clean air and pesticide-free spaces really do produce the best eggs. Whichever way you...