How do you tell a bad egg from a fresh one?

Eggs play a very important role in a lot of baking recipes! They are used to bake cakes, cookies, pies, and many other desserts and pastries. But do you know why they are used so much in baking? Eggs actually have many different functions and they help in the baking process in more ways than one! They can create structure within a batter, add moisture to cakes, and enhance the texture and fluffiness of your baked goods. The eggs that are most commonly used in baking are large-sized chicken eggs, which are very easy to find in the supermarket! Since we use eggs so much in baking, it’s only right that we learn a little more about them. Which is what we’re going to do today! Read below to find out how to test egg freshness, how to store eggs, ways to prepare eggs, and much more! All of this information will definitely be helpful for you to become an eggcellent baker!

 

Test Egg Freshness, Rely on 2 tricks

Sometimes when you keep eggs for a long time, it’s hard to tell if they are still fresh or not. But no worries! Here are 2 tricks you can use to test egg freshness. By checking the egg condition or doing the float test, you will know whether the egg is fresh enough to be used in your cooking or baking!

 

How to Store Eggs Correctly

There are a few things you need to pay attention to when you are storing your eggs. For example, you are not supposed to wash your eggs right after you bought them, and you should always put the round side up when you store your eggs. These few tips can help make sure your eggs are in the best condition when you want to use them!

 

Orange Yolk is More Nutritious?

Are eggs with orange yolk more nutritious? The answer is actually no. Orange yolk and yellow yolk are the same nutritionally. The colour is only different because it changes according to what type of food the chickens eat.

 

Are Red Eggs More Nutritious than White Eggs?

Surprisingly, the answer to this question is also no. The colour of the eggs depends on the colour of the chickens, that’s it. The inside of the egg is technically the same. So there is little difference in nutritional value between the two.

 

Thundreds of Ways to Prepare Eggs

People who love eggs will know there are so many different ways you can eat an egg. Poached, steamed, fried, scrambled, they’re all deliciously good and also perfect for breakfast! Which is your favourite?

 

Protein & The Egg Yolk

We all know that eggs are made up of 2 parts, the protein (egg white) and the egg yolk. But do you know the difference between the two? The protein and egg yolk each provide different nutritional values to your food! Read below to find out what they are.

With so many uses and functions, eggs are a very essential ingredient in many things. We hope these simple tips will be helpful for you on your baking journey. If you have any baking-related questions or you want to share your experiences with us, feel free to our community group! We are a fun and friendly bunch that loves helping each other when it comes to baking!

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