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Making Holiday Egg Nog? Try Safe Eggs

Saturday, December 19, 2009 Posted by Rita A

I was provided information about a new egg product on the market. It sounds interesting so I thought I would share it. Safe Eggs. Safe Eggs from Davidson's are pasteurized eggs.

How do they do it: Davidson's Safest Choice® is the leader in pasteurized shell eggs! Using a revolutionary patented technology, National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc. produces Davidson's Safest Choice® Pasteurized Shell Eggs and distributes them across the nation. This process kills Salmonella bacteria and viruses like Avian influenza. Yet our eggs look, cook and taste just like other shell eggs.

During the Holidays, we know families come together to celebrate with their favorite seasonal foods—eggnog, homemade ice cream, cookies, and cakes (sometimes sampling the batter!). Many of these recipes (as well as other favorites, such as caesar salad, hollandaise and bĂ©arnaise sauces, poached and over easy eggs) call for raw or undercooked eggs which can make you sick because they can contain Salmonella – yuck! But when it comes to cooking or baking with raw or undercooked eggs: Never fear, Safe Eggs are here!

Safest Choice Eggs are pasteurized (kind of like milk) so they’re safer to eat than regular eggs. Safe Eggs have the same nutritional value, look the same and of course, taste the same – but they don’t carry the same risk as regular eggs. This is especially important for the pregnant women and young children in your family!

Safe Eggs are definitely the best choice to keep your kitchen safe from cross contamination. The best part is that you can still please any guest with your dishes—Safe Eggs are all-natural, kosher and vegetarian. When it comes to making the best egg-based foods this holiday season… everyone should simply choose Safe Eggs!

I loved all the recipes available on the Safe Eggs Website. They are having a Safe Eggs Recipe contest with awesome prizes to be won. Enter quickly as the contest ends on December 31st.

I have not been able to try Safe Eggs yet as the stores are not local to my area. When I make a day trip I will get to one of the stores and purchase some to try. You may find them in locations by you. If you Fan Safe Eggs on Facebook there is a coupon available for $1.00 off Safe Eggs.

Safe Eggs are definitely One 2 Try.

Disclosure: No monetary compensation was offered or accepted for this post. The opinions above are my own. Others experience may vary