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Eggs are a very healthy choice of food since they are high in protein and very low in carbohydrates.  Try using these easy tips using vinegar to make a variety of eggs, substitute eggs (for egg allergies or egg sensitive individuals) and other egg-cellent tips.

If you like to have poached eggs but have trouble getting them to turn out right then give this tip a try and the next poached egg that you make will come out looking and tasting perfect.  When poaching an egg simply add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to the water and your egg will keep its shape which will give you a great looking poached egg and since the vinegar will not absorb into the egg you will have a great tasting egg with out any traces of vinegar which could ruin the taste of your eggs.

If you have an allergy to eggs then try substituting the eggs that are called for with one tablespoon of white vinegar.  Replace the eggs used in recipes such as cakes, brownies and cookies just to name a few.  This tip will help all individuals that are sensitive or allergic to eggs, which will allow them to enjoy great tasting foods and sweets just as everyone else does.

Are you after a new taste when it comes to breakfast? It seems that you can only fix your eggs so many different ways before you start to get bored. If you would like to try something a little different with your egg to spruce up the taste and flavor than try using this tip to make your breakfast interesting rather then the same old boring taste. It simple, easy, cheap and works as if you spent all day cooking. Scramble your eggs as you would any other time but instead of just frying them add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar which will give your eggs a zesty great taste. Adding milk makes your scrambled eggs fluffy while adding apple cider vinegar will make them zesty.

If you are in the middle of baking only to realize that you are out of egg yolks that the recipe is calling for then use white vinegar as a substitute.  Using one tablespoon of white vinegar in place of each egg yolk that you are short will work the same as if you had egg yolks.  Your recipes will turn out great tasting just the same as if you had used regular egg yolks.

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