Eggs are one of the most versatile foodstuffs ever. You need a pasta dish? Bread? Cake? Or even an egg dish? Boiled? Omelet? Sunny side up? Whatever it is, it can be!
Loaded with protein and choline, eggs are considered a practical, efficient and healthy food. Eggs are also used in various dishes due to their versatility and ease of cooking and consumption.
However, who would have thought that the shell (shell) of eggs can also be consumed for our health benefits?
That's right, egg shells contain extraordinary micronutrients. Egg shells are made of calcium carbonate, one of the most common forms of calcium. Calcium carbonate can be found in shellfish and coral reefs. However, this calcium is also available at most in calcium commonly found in supermarkets.
Well, you can also make your own eggshell supplements at home! Not only practical, it can also help you reduce organic waste by using a variety of leftovers for your consumption.
Before consuming, make sure you wash the egg shells first! rinse membrane attached to the shell and boil for a few minutes. Use an Electrolux Induction Cooker to adjust fire resistance quickly and easily.
Amazingly, the Induction Cooker from Electrolux can boil 1 liter of water in just 3 minutes. Imagine how easy and short you can boil your egg shells?!
Apart from boiling egg shells. Alternatively, you can also heat the egg shells in the oven. At 180 degrees Celsius, place the shells on the oven tray for 10 minutes.
Well, to smooth the eggshell, there are two ways. You can use a food processor or grind in a pestle & mortar. Make sure the egg shells are smooth. To be safe for consumption, the egg shell must have become like powder like milk powder.
According to the medical journal at the National Library of Medicine headed by Lucas R Brun, eggshell powder can be added to food or juices and smoothies. Some foods that can be sprinkled with eggshell powder such as bread, pasta or foods wrapped in breadcrumbs.
Fortunately, eggshell powder can last up to three weeks, if stored properly. Ideally like being stored in an airtight container and placed in the refrigerator or freezer.
Do you know how? Let's try it now at your home!