In recent years, people have been eating eggs more than ever. A 2019 report from The Washington Post stated Americans eat around 300 eggs per year. While there are many ways to eat eggs, one way has been getting some disapproval.
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It's hard to find someone who hasn't had scrambled eggs. The meal is often a big seller at restaurants during the morning rush. One person who isn't fond of scrambled eggs is Joel Feren, who is the spokesperson for the Dietitian’s Association of Australia. In an interview with My Body + Soul, Feren explained why scrambled eggs should be avoided at all costs. "Scrambled eggs would be one of the least beneficial because of the different recipes. There are things like milk, extra butter, cream, and crème fraiche, so you’re not only getting the calories from the egg – which are fine – but you’re getting extra fats," Feren told the publication.
Eggs Mark The Spot
Depending on where you live, scrambled eggs has been a key ingredient for decades. In Columbia, scrambled eggs are part of huevos pericos, which features diced onions and tomatoes. In China, stir-fried tomato and scrambled eggs is one of the region's most popular dishes. For students in college, this meal gets them through the day.
Scrambled eggs have earned popularity because of how easy it is to make. Whether you use the stove or a microwave oven, you have a delectable meal in no time.
The Incredible Edible Egg
In the end, all kinds of eggs are superb for any occasion. "Eggs are pretty unbeatable. They’re high in protein and vitamin B12, high in monounsaturated fats, phosphorus which is important for bone health, iodine for healthy thyroid function, folate, and vitamin A as well. They’re also naturally low on salt and sugar," Feren told My Body + Soul.
From scrambled eggs to fried eggs, you can always find comfort in having this as a meal.
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