What eggs are better to cook with brown eggs or white eggs?
If you want your dish more light and fluffy, cook with white eggs. White eggs are less dense and have less nutrition. Brown eggs are good for hearty and rich recipes.
There's no real difference in the taste of brown eggs v. white eggs, though I always use brown eggs simply b/c the yolks seem to be harder to break and I prefer my eggs over-easy. Brown eggs are simply preferred by restaurants because they can find bits of egg shell faster in dishes being made...the brown shell shows up better when lost in the mix.
Mostly likely not. The only difference between white eggs and brown eggs is that the whites are laid by white hens, and the browns are laid by brown hens. Most "cage-free" eggs, however, are brown. The hens that laid them were housed in human conditions, so the eggs will not only taste better, they may react differently with vinegar than the cheaper eggs laid by the hens kept in the tiny cages. The results will…
There are 5 brown eggs and 1 white you have 5 boxes of eggs How many of each colour of egg will you have?
There actually is no difference between the two. Brown eggs and white eggs just come from different types of chickens. Although, most eggs of chickens who are raised locally have brown eggs and most locally raised chickens have better feed because they are not raised in masses so their eggs will be stronger. Therefore, there really is no difference but brown eggs tend to be stronger (because they are usually locally raised).
NO. There is no nutritional difference between a white egg and a brown egg. Different breeds of chickens lay different colored eggs. The color of the egg has nothing to do with the contents of the egg. White eggs are and have been popular with the home consumer because they give the impression of clean and pure. Brown eggs are most popular with restaurants as it is easier to spot and remove a small piece…