How many ways do you know to cook an egg? Wherever you are in the world, whatever culture you come from, everyone’s got their own favourite way to cook eggs.
Eggs are cheap and readily available, they can become breakfast, lunch or dinner; they’re a hangover food for some, and a healthy post-workout meal for others. In terms of versatility it’s almost unparalleled in the food world.
It’s also a complete food with a nutrition profile that includes a wide mix of vitamins, minerals, good protein and fats. One average egg contains 70 calories of energy, and 6 g of protein, vitamins A, B12, D, omega-3 fatty acids, riblofavin, selenium and zinc.
That’s why we love this video. The team at Bon Appétit have painstakingly gone through 59 different ways to cook eggs, and eaten lots of eggs in the process to show you everything from raw eggs (there are three ways just for raw eggs!) to scrambled, deep-fried, dehydrated, to solar oven eggs, in an attempt to try out all the egg knowledge out there in our world.
It’s time to get out of your shell and explore the egg's full potential. Sit back, get comfy and check out the 59 ways to prepare eggs.
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