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Ahealthiermichigan.org: “The Nutritional Value of Egg Whites Versus Egg Yolks.”
American Egg Board: “Cooking Methods,” “Cooking Eggs: Why Eggs Turn Green,” “How to Hard-Boil an Egg,” “New USDA Study Shows Eggs Have Less Cholesterol and More Vitamin D,” “Nutrition Nuggets.”
Cleveland Clinic Wellness: “Eggs: What to Know Before You Buy.”
Egg Farmers of Canada: “Egg Storage Freshness and Food Safety,” “Q and A: What is that white stringy bit that is sometimes attached to the egg yolk?”
FDA: “Playing It Safe With Eggs.”
Harvard Health Publications: “Egg Nutrition and Heart Disease: Eggs aren't the dietary demons they're cracked up to be.”
Marthastewart.com: “An Easy Method for Separating Yolks and Whites.”
Merriam-Webster: “Sunny-side up.”
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