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A Guide to Egg-Based Diets

Posted on: August 9th 2018

Overview The Trend of Egg-Based Diets Benefits of Eating Eggs An Overview of Popular Egg-Based Diets Important Considerations Before Starting an Egg-Based Diet Dieting — it's something we all dive into at one point or another. Whether it's trying out a fad or crash diet we've seen in an ad,...

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The different parts of an egg

The Different Parts of an Egg

Posted on: June 13th 2018

Overview The Shell Inner and Outer Membranes The Air Cell Albumen Chalazae Vitelline Membrane Egg Yolk There aren’t many ways you can go wrong with an egg. From the simple and satisfying hardboiled egg to the baked delights of quiches and frittatas, from savory shakshouka to a runny and rich...

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Wicked Tuna - Sauder's Buffalo Style Eggs

Featured on National Geographic’s “Wicked Tuna”

Posted on: May 11th 2018

Sauder's Eggs Featured on Wicked Tuna We at Sauder's Eggs were so excited to see that our eggs were featured on "Wicked Tuna," a show on National Geographic! On the show, the crew of the Hot Tuna scours the Atlantic for bluefin tuna. In last week's episode, Captain TJ Ott and his crew...

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Close up of hands holding four eggs

April 2018 FDA Egg Recall (Sauder’s Eggs NOT Affected)

Posted on: April 16th 2018

Dear Valued Customers & Retailers, We want to inform you that R.W. Sauder Inc. brand products, as well as all of our family farms, have NOT been affected by the most recent outbreak of bacteria in shell eggs (April 2018). Sauder's Eggs produces our brand following the Pennsylvania Egg Quality Assurance...

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How to dye the best Easter eggs

The Best Ways To Dye Easter Eggs

Posted on: April 4th 2018

Overview Back to Basics-The Basics of Egg Dying How to Naturally Dye Easter Eggs Modern Ways to Dye Easter Eggs Fun Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs with paper, Fabric or Other Materials Non-Traditional Methods for Decorating Easter Eggs Things to Remember When Dying Eggs What to do With Eggs After...

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How to blow out an egg

How To Blow Out an Egg

Posted on: April 4th 2018

Overview Methods on How to Remove the Inside of an Egg How to Empty the Inside of an Egg Without Cracking It Safety Tips for Working With Raw Eggs What to do With the Insides Once Finished Materials to Decorate Empty Eggshells Methods to Decorate Hollowed-Out Eggshells The Tradition and...

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Duck and Hen Eggs

What Do Different Eggshell Colors Mean?

Posted on: March 23rd 2018

Overview How Do Eggs Get Their Colors? What Are the Different Eggshell Colors? Why Do We Typically Only Eat Brown or White Eggs? What Egg Colors Come From Which Breeds? Is One Eggshell Color More Nutritional Than the Other? What Are the Benefits of Eating Eggs? How Do I Buy...

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Ingredients for Making an Omelette

The 13 Most Common Egg Cooks

Posted on: March 23rd 2018

Picture this. You’re in a restaurant, getting breakfast or brunch with a friend. The server asks you how you’d like your eggs, and proceeds to reel off the options. Scrambled, over-easy, poached, soft-boiled and so, so many more. By the time the server finishes the list, you’ve forgotten what was...

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Halves of Hard-Boiled Eggs

How to Hard Boil an Egg

Posted on: March 23rd 2018

Health and news organizations tout eggs as the “healthiest food on the planet” and “nature’s perfect food.” The American Egg Board even labels them as incredible. After all, an egg is a great source of vitamin B12, riboflavin, phosphorus, selenium and protein. In fact, just one egg provides you with...

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Mixed Brown and White Eggs

What’s the Difference Between White Eggs and Brown Eggs?

Posted on: March 23rd 2018

You may have heard that brown eggs are healthier than white eggs. The truth is, all eggs have the same taste and nutritional value. It doesn't matter if an egg is white, brown or green — eggs get their colors from pigments added to the shell before the egg is...

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