Does meat go above eggs or eggs above meat?
according to our local health inspector eggs are the same as raw meat. they woould go on the same shelf
answer: Raw meat products should always be stored on the bottom shelf of a fridge covered and in a container were possible, this is to prevent any raw meat juices dripping into any other food products (cross contamination). Eggs can be stored in a cool larder or on the shelf racks provided in modern ridges, where meat should not be stored.
Depends on the State Texas, Louisiana, Grits, croissants and fruit, croissants and meat with or with out eggs, biscuits and gravy, biscuits with eggs and meat, oatmeal, eggs, meat, pancakes, waffles, french toast, fruit, sometimes all of the above at once, quiche, toast and jam/jelly, always with coffee :)
Answer Eggs are often confused as both a form of dairy and of meat, but in reality, they are neither. Because eggs are an animal byproduct, just like milk, many people catagorize eggs as dairy. However, dairy is very specifically designated as the byproduct of the mammary glands of mammals like cows or goats. Essentially dairy is any milk or milk-made product, such as butter or ice-cream. However, eggs are not meat either. Eggs are…
If you are: Vegan: You consume no meat, fish, dairy or eggs, in fact anything that is an animal or has come from an animal you avoid. Vegetarian: You consume no meat or fish, but can eat both eggs and dairy as they are not a creature they are a produce of the animal. Pescetarian: This is someone who will not eat meat, but will eat fish, eggs and dairy.