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Make perfectly cooked eggs in less time than it takes to boil water on the stove

    The Dash Rapid Egg Cooker delivers perfectly cooked eggs in less time than it takes to boil water on the stove. Eggs cook in minutes and the auto-shut-off feature prevents overcooking so you never have to worry about monitoring the process. Nonstick, dishwasher-safe accessories include an Omelette Bowl, 2-egg Poaching Tray, and Boiling Tray for a variety of egg preferences. Lightweight and compact, the Rapid Egg Cooker is perfect for small kitchens, dorm life, camper/RV travelling, and households on the go.

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    Just Pop JUST Egg Into Your Toaster

      Just imagine popping an egg in a toaster and making a sandwich with it. Imagine that egg is also plant-based. Well, it is reality JUST Egg is exactly that.

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      Eggs and more eggs

        Jon Hicks’ “eggs-emplary” morning eggs delivered weekly from Mayfield Eggs, cooked, and then painted in Adobe Fresco on an iPad Pro.

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        Pagan breakfast god mask

          All hail the Pagan Breakfast God! Thank you for the daily bacon that we are about to receive. This cool mask from the folks of Archie McPhee adds a little dash of fun for the Halloween season. Nothing like having egg on your face.

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          Eggslut: Are you eggsperienced?

            You have to go to California or Nevada if you want to dine at Eggslut. Imagine a brioche bun loaded with eggs instead of meat. The restaurant’s signature dish is “The Slut”, a coddled egg on pureed potatoes. Once you try Eggslut, you will never go back to regular burgers. The egg is going beyond the breakfast table and taking the spotlight throughout the whole day.

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            Star Wars: Porg-fect Easter eggs

              These Star Wars inspired porgs colored eggs should be a hit in the galaxy this Easter. Just in case, the eggs are Wookiee approved. They are too cute to eat.

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              Why do brown eggs cost more than white eggs and are they healthier

                Brown eggs and white eggs are, nutritionally are exactly the same: about 70 calories, 6 grams of protein, and lots of of B vitamins. The only difference is that brown feathered chickens lay brown eggs. Farmers claim to feed them more and pass the buck onto the consumer. It’s all about perception, consumers think they are getting a healthier egg because of an inflated price on brown eggs. Size does matter in this equation, brown feathered chicken are bigger and require more nourishment than a smaller chicken that lays a white egg. The only other factor that might come into play would be what the farmer is feeding his chickens. At the end of the day there is not much difference but the hit on your pocketbook.