Chicken Eggs

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Egg (food) - Culinary Properties - Nutritional Value
... Chicken egg whole, hard-boiled Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) Energy 647 kJ (155 kcal) Carbohydrates 1.12 g Fat 10.6 g Protein 12.6 g - Tryptophan 0.153 g - Threonine 0.604 g - Isoleucine 0.686 g ... One large egg is 50 grams ... are relative to US recommendations for adults Eggs add protein to a person's diet, as well as various other nutrients ...
Virologists - History of Virology
... and Ellerman showed that a filterable virus could transmit chicken leukemia, data largely ignored till the 1930s when leukemia became regarded as cancerous ... In 1911 Peyton Rous reported the transmission of chicken sarcoma, a solid tumor, with a virus, and thus Rous became "father of tumor virology" ... it was shown that influenza virus could be grown in fertilized chicken eggs, a method that is still used today to produce vaccines ...
Teochew Cuisine - Notable Dishes
... Steamed goose 炊鵝 炊鹅 chuī é chue gho Teochew chicken 潮州雞 潮州鸡 Cháozhōu jī Teochew koi A dish of sliced chicken Oyster omelette 蠔烙 蠔烙 háolào or lua A dish of omelette cooked ... A variation of "bak kut teh" uses chicken instead of pork, which then becomes "chik kut teh" ... Teochew chicken rice 潮州雞飯 潮州鸡饭 Cháozhōu jīfàn Teochew koi peng A dish with sauce-soaked chicken slices ...
ACAM-FLU-A - Flu Vaccine Manufacturing
... Flu vaccine is usually grown in fertilized chicken eggs ... an H1N1, an H3N2, and a B strain) of flu are selected and chicken eggs inoculated. 2007, both the conventional injection and the nasal spray are manufactured using chicken eggs ...
Egg (food) - Farming Issues - Color of Eggshell
... Although egg color is a largely cosmetic issue, with no effect on egg quality or taste, it is a major issue in production due to regional and national preferences for specific ... For example, in most regions of the United States, chicken eggs are generally white ... that country, particularly New England, where a television jingle for years proclaimed "brown eggs are local eggs, and local eggs are fresh!", brown eggs are more common ...

Famous quotes containing the words eggs and/or chicken:

    It was a comfort in those succeeding days to sit up and contemplate the majestic panorama of mountains and valleys spread out below us and eat ham and hard boiled eggs while our spiritual natures reveled alternately in rainbows, thunderstorms, and peerless sunsets. Nothing helps scenery like ham and eggs.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    The average parent may, for example, plant an artist or fertilize a ballet dancer and end up with a certified public accountant. We cannot train children along chicken wire to make them grow in the right direction. Tying them to stakes is frowned upon, even in Massachusetts.
    Ellen Goodman (b. 1941)