Ashley Benson is on her egg game!
And her food is looking absolutely scrumptious!!
The Spring Breakers star shared an amazing picture of her breakfast, and offered it up to her Instagram followers.
Here's what she wrote:
They seriously need to somehow invent something where one can upload actual food on the internet!
Because we definitely would have loved to try some of that yellow goodness that Ashley was offering up on her plate!
We know we are nowhere near that type of technology…yet.
But hey - the future offers limitless possibilities!
Until then - enjoy your yummy looking food, lady!!!
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[Image via Instagram.]
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Ever since the madmen over at Taco Bell announced they were making taco shells out of Doritos, we were wondering when they'd finally announce a product that would bring world peace. It seemed like they were SO CLOSE!
Well, that time has come! Taco Bell is testing the WAFFLE TACO
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While some of us may be on an Easter egg hunt this coming Sunday (although probably for eating), I’m here to tell you that we should all be hunting for eggs at the natural food store for consumption as often as we’d like. Unless you have a food allergy to eggs, eggs are not the demonic foods they were previously portrayed to be and perhaps still are today by some people. They can actually be very healthy, depending on where they come from.
Without getting too technical with the science, let’s make one thing clear in case you are still skeptical; eggs don’t increase “bad” cholesterol. When it comes to HDL and LDL, eggs increase HDL and increase LDL particle size – two changes in a positive direction. In reality though, cholesterol isn’t even the issue because dietary cholesterol has if at all, a trivial impact on serum cholesterol levels. Moreover, there has been evidence that has affirmed no link between eggs and heart disease. So the point is not only should you should be eating eggs because of their powerful nutrients, you must eat the yolk as well to get the full benefits.
Aside from the obvious facts about eggs being a fantastic source of low calorie protein, there are a host of other great minerals and vitamins that eggs provide that we need. As you will see below, there’s quite a profound difference in the quantity of nutrients between your typical commercial egg and the elusive pasture-raised or organic egg.
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Contrary to popular belief, eating whole eggs (inducing the yolk) actually have been proven to raise HDL cholesterol, improve lipid profile by lowering blood triglyceride levels and increase LDL molecule size which can decrease cardiovascular disease.
- Passionate fitness trainer certified by NASM, as well as a sports & exercise nutritionist, Justin Janoska. Make sure you check out his website HERE, and follow him on Twitter & Facebook!
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A 20-year-old man in Tunisia lost a bet and his life after eating 28 raw eggs!
He did it all in a single sitting!
Dhaou Fatnassi of the El Baten settlement near Kairouan accepted a bet from his friends that he couldn't eat 30 raw eggs in a row.
Apparently, after the 28th egg he started feeling "severe stomach pains" and then
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Broccoli Cheddar Latkes
Potato latkes are as exciting as vanilla ice cream. I'm sure there are the purists who believe it's best to stick with tradition, but I like to mix things up in the kitch. This year, I'm giving the latke a serious makeover, starting with this recipe for broccoli cheddar latkes!
1 lb. of broccoli florets, chopped and steamed
1 russet potato, peeled and grated
1 small onion, diced
1/2 cup of panko crumbs
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup canola oil
oil for frying
Steam and chop the broccoli florets. Place in large mixing bowl. Add the grated potato, diced onion, panko crumbs pepper, salt, cayenne pepper, flour, cheese and oil and mix well. Shape into patties and fry until golden brown.
Recipe from Kosher In The Kitch blogger, Nina Safar.
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Other than people shipping large quantities of chocolate, who doesn't want chocolate to melt? That's kind of the point — melting in your mouth. Or, how about, melting in your pan so you can bake with it?
That hasn't stopped the evil scientists over at Cadbury, the geniuses that brought us those Creme Eggs. They're producing chocolate that doesn't melt and can withstand hot temps! Cray!
They apparently have invented a new Dairy Milk chocolate bar that can withstand up to
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