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1 Egg products include whole eggs, whites, yolks and various blends with or without non-egg ingredients that are processed and pasteurized and may be available in liquid, frozen, and dried forms.
2 You can freeze the extra yolks in quart containers or double bagged in plastic baggies and use them later for rich desserts like ice cream or cookies.
3 Other sources of vitamin D include oily fish, such as tuna and sardines, egg yolks, fortified milk, and vitamin D supplements.
4 Now blender yolks and make dough from them, sugar powder and flour, then add some curd.
5 True vitamin a is found only in animal foods such as cod liver oil; fish and shellfish; and liver, butter and egg yolks from pasture-fed animals.
6 Separate whites from yolks, and heat the oven up to 180 degrees.
7 Add the eggs mixed with the yolks, half-and-half, and melted butter, and beat until combined.
8 Food sources for calcium fluoride are egg yolks, whole grain rye, yogurt, beets, fish and oysters.
9 Egg yolks are added, then cheese, prawns or chocolate.
10 Whisk the egg yolks in a large mixing bowl. Strain the cardamom milk mixture into the yolks while whisking.
11 Using a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment (or using an electric hand-held mixer), whisk the eggs, yolks and sugar on medium speed until light and fluffy, about 4 minutes.
12 Vitamin E: Works as an antioxidant at the cellular level. Found in unprocessed oils as well as in animal fats like butter and egg yolks.
13 Foods rich in vitamin a can be consumed liberally and include liver, potatoes, carrots, mangos, spinach, cantaloupe, dried apricots, milk, egg yolks, and mozzarella cheese.
14 Separate the eggs, beat the yolks and sugar in a mixer until pale to double the size. Fold in the chocolate.
15 Strongly acidic: egg yolks, cheese, refined white sugar, Western-style pastry, persimmons, mullet roe, mackerels.
16 Lecithin is an emulsifier. It is found in plants such as soybeans, in egg yolks and in other animal sources.
17 A platter of deviled eggs, however, with their creamy yellow yolks dusted with paprika, would satisfy both my nostalgia and my appetite.
18 Slowly add egg yolks, and beat well until smooth. Beat in Amaretto and zest.
19 Good Fats: olive oil, canola oil, fish and flax seed oil, hemp seed oil, almonds, egg yolks.
20 Cook eggs until the yolks and whites are firm. Casseroles and other dishes containing eggs should be cooked to 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
21 We beat up yolks, adding oil little by little. Then salt and sugar to taste, mustard on the tip of a knife and a tablespoonful of vinegar.
22 Each hatchling was thawed and separated into carcass, residual yolks, and fat bodies after measured and weighed. The components were preserved frozen for later determination of composition.
23 The only naturally rich dietary sources are oily fish from the sea like salmon and mackerel, egg yolks, liver and fish liver oil.
24 Jensen tested the levels of corticosterone, a stress hormone, in the yolks and whites of stressed hens' eggs. But these were no different than the levels in contented hens.
25 It is composed of egg whites separated from their yolks and fortified with vitamins and other nutrients.
26 To accomplish it, add the sugar gradually to the egg yolks in a mixing bowl while beating with a wire whip or an electric beater; continue beating for 2 to 3 minutes.
27 Crack the eggs and separate yolks from whites, very carefully.
28 The initial step in making egg products is breaking the eggs and separating the yolks and whites from the shells.
29 Break eggs into a bowl, taking care not to break the yolks.
30 It's found in egg yolks, whole wheat, peanuts, milk, green peas, liver, beans, seafood, and soybeans.