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Easter Eggs eCookbook Offers Egg-ceptional Design and Recipe Ideas
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Spring has sprung and Easter is upon us. To assist in all of your holiday crafting and cooking, the editors at RecipeLion.com and FaveCrafts.com have put together the combination eCookbook, "Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and Egg Recipes." Find delicious recipes for your leftover eggs, creative egg dye ideas and more inside this handy guide, available for free download.
March 29, 2011 - Northbrook, IL - With Easter just around the corner, everyone seems to be getting in the egg spirit -- even the White House. But this year the holiday isn't just about fun and games; it's also about health. On March 7th, the President and First Lady announced that the theme of this year's White House Easter Egg Roll will be "Get Up and Go!," aimed at promoting health and wellness and combating childhood obesity.
Easter egg hunts are a great way to get exercise, but there are other healthy ways to enjoy the holiday, including simply eating your hard boiled eggs after the Easter festivities are over. Although eggs have gotten a bad rap in the past, they are actually lower in cholesterol and higher in vitamin D than previously thought. This year the USDA announced that it had retested eggs for their nutritional content. The last such tests were conducted back in 2002. The new study revealed that eggs now have 14-percent less cholesterol and 64-percent more vitamin D than the last time they were sampled a decade ago. Additionally, eggs can help lower your risk of developing cataracts, and may help prevent blood clots, stroke, and heart attacks. Finally, eggs are loaded with protein and choline, a substance that helps reduce inflammation in the body and is an essential nutrient needed for normal cell function. In an Iowa State University study, researchers found that nearly all Americans are deficient in choline.
The editors at RecipeLion.com and FaveCrafts.com are helping readers be healthy and resourceful this Easter with the free craft and recipe combination eCookbook, Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and Egg Recipes. Inside this 14-page collection is a tutorial on how to naturally dye Easter eggs (p. 6), instructions on how to boil the perfect eggs (p. 10), and recipes that call for hard boiled eggs (p. 12). From Polish Easter Egg Soup (p. 13) to Classic Deviled Eggs (p. 12), there's something for every taste in this free eCookbook.
For additional information on Easter recipes and Easter egg crafts, please contact RecipeLion.com Editor, Rachel Bernstein.
Rachel Bernstein, Editor
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