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What Is The History of Eggnog?

What Is the History of Eggnog?

Posted on: October 18th 2021

What's wintertime without eggnog? Fortunately, no one's had to experience an eggnog-less holiday season for a few hundred years. From the beginning, eggnog was a decadent drink featured at celebrations and holidays. Thirteenth-century English lords and ladies used it to toast to wealth, and the ancient Japanese used a version...

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Debunking 20 of the Most Common Myths About Eggs

Debunking 20 of the Most Common Myths About Eggs

Posted on: October 18th 2021

For being such a simple food, there sure is a lot of mystery surrounding eggs. What makes certain eggs different colors? Will drinking raw eggs really make you stronger? With so many rumors floating around, it can be difficult to know what's real and what's fiction. We pride ourselves on...

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Egg Hair Mask Ideas

Egg Hair Mask Ideas

Posted on: October 18th 2021

If you've heard any of the hype surrounding the Dilly Delight egg mask, you may be curious about what an egg mask for hair has to offer. It turns out that egg masks can help your hair grow longer, stronger, and healthier in general. In fact, using an egg hair...

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Best Christmas Cookie Recipes

Best Christmas Cookie Recipes

Posted on: October 12th 2021

Christmas and cookies are practically synonymous. After all, Santa needs enough fuel to get through his long night of present-giving. Moms and dads can also use a pick-me-up amid the hustle and bustle of present buying and wrapping. Luckily, kids of all ages love baking and decorating cookies. Whether you're baking...

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Egg Decorating Around the World

Egg Decorating Around the World

Posted on: September 29th 2021

Decorating Easter eggs is a beloved tradition for countries around the world. In fact, the custom of painting decorative eggs dates back hundreds of years. Over time, many cultures have developed their own take on decorative egg styles and ways to turn their Easter eggs into pieces of art. Learning...

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Why Do We Celebrate Easter With Eggs?

Why Do We Celebrate Easter With Eggs?

Posted on: September 29th 2021

Our ancestors started the tradition of celebrating Easter with eggs, and we have carried it on through the centuries. In early spring, Christians celebrate the rebirth of Jesus Christ, while Jewish people observe Passover. During this season, the flowers are in full bloom, and animals give birth to their young. The...

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How to Wash Fresh Eggs

Posted on: September 29th 2021

Did you know the United States treats eggs differently than other countries when it comes to washing eggs? Federal regulations require washing these foods before selling them in the U.S., but the practice is uncommon elsewhere — meaning people may do the chore at home. Why is the United States...

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three brown eggs sitting on a cloth

Are Eggs Gluten-Free?

Posted on: September 29th 2021

More people are pivoting to a gluten-free diet than ever before. The most recent data shows that as of 2017, an estimated 3.1 million individuals in the United States adhere to a gluten-free diet — approximately triple the number in 2013. While the options for gluten-free eating have increased exponentially in the...

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Free-range hens on the John Frey farm

What Do Chickens Eat?

Posted on: September 29th 2021

As someone who likely reaches for a carton of eggs most weeks at the grocery store, it's natural for you to wonder what goes into the production of those eggs. A significant factor in the quality of eggs you purchase is the chickens' diet, as it considerably affects egg production....

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pasture raised chickens

Common Chicken Traits

Posted on: September 29th 2021

When you think about chickens, you probably envision a specific breed even if you don't realize it. Chickens are one of the oldest domesticated creatures, and more than 200 breeds have been developed over the course of history. Some chickens are best suited to becoming meat, and some are best suited...

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