Eggs By Bella and maria

Nutrition Facts

  • One large raw egg has 6g of protein
  • It has vitamins A,B,&C
  • It has 4,8g of fat
  • The egg has 72 calories

Eggs are laid by many animals including birds, reptiles, and mammals. They have been eaten by humans for thousands of years.

Fun Facts!

US eggs would be illegal in a British supermarket because they are turned white, while British eggs are illegal in US markets because they are dark/brown.

In 1474 a chicken that was mistaken for a rooster laid an egg, and because the people thought it was a rooster, it was burned for "the heinous and unnatural crime of laying an egg."

The Araucana Chicken lays natural blue, green, pink and brown eggs. It is called the Easter Egg Chicken.

How they are served

  • Boiled
  • Scrambled
  • Fried
  • And many more included in a lot of baked goods

How is a Chicken egg formed

A Chicken egg is formed when her ovary releases the egg yolk into the oviduct (the tube of which an egg passes through). If a rooster chooses to mate with the Chicken the egg will become fertilized and the yolk will soon become a chick. When the egg is laid the shell is soft but it then dries over time.

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Created with images by 16:9clue - "Eggs" • OakleyOriginals - "Bluebirds 5" • annca - "easter eggs colorful easter"

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