Egg Soup Breakfast
My favorite way to break-fast is with egg soup.
It is also a breakfast that my LO and have shared many times.
I see it as the best nutrient dense breakfast for a developing brain containing proteins, fats, and omegas.
For adults who want to keep their brain clear and focused, egg soup is a meal to eat and be able to effectively continue working.
If not over-cooked, eggs are easy to digest. If eggs are over-cooked smelly burps will occur.
The life of the chicken who lays the egg seriously matters, the yellow of the yolk is telling of just how healthy is the chicken… or not.
Organic, free-range, happy, dark yellow yolks is what to look for.
Dark yellow yolks indicate nutrients.
Bring the water to a boil.
Gently lower the eggs into the pan of water with a spoon.
Set time for 5 to 7 minutes
(I find when we change locations and stoves the time to boil changes… also the size of the eggs matters. (If they are small eggs 5 minutes will be good).
When your timer rings, take the pan to the sink, dump out the hot water, and run under cold water for a couple of minutes. (Some people put ice to cool off faster).
Peel eggs and put in bowl.
Add oil of choice.
Add pinch of salt to taste.