This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of American Egg Board. The opinions and text are all mine.
"How do you like your eggs?" My response has changed from religiously sunny-side up as a child, to crispy fried during my teenage years, to only-scrambled-or-I-won't-touch-it. Your egg style can say a lot about your personality! The newest campaign from the American Egg Board sparks intrigue and inspires people to answer the age-old question How Do You Like Your Eggs? in a whole new way. Poached, scrambled, omelet, or fried, there's no wrong way to eat an egg.
And to have some fun with this post, sponsored by the American Egg Board, I've put together a little personality guide a la your egg style!
Poached: You're outgoing, listen to upbeat music, and on average are more likely to be happier than most. But you're also a mysterious and elusive soul. Apparently, this makes you super magnetic, everyone wants to be seen with you.
Scrambled: Despite their chaotic egg style, these egg eaters are disciplined, guarded, and put together. Conservative and loyal, you're probably a manager or have an upper-level job.
Omelet: You are self-disciplined and like to keep your home spic-and-span. People who prefer omelets are known to be motherly or fatherly.
Fried: Fried egg eaters are hard workers. Not very approachable, you take some time warming up to people - but people love you once they get to know you.
Sunny-side up: Like its name, you are sunny and friendly, desire travel, but love getting absorbed in a good book.
Baked: Minimalist and clean, baked egg eaters prefer to keep things simple and neat. They have a tendency towards organization and signed copies of The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo.
Deviled: These types can be very polarizing - people either love them or hate 'em. But whether people like them or not, deviled egg aficionados don't care - they go ahead and indulge in whatever gives them the most pleasure.
Soft-boiled: You are the Grace Kelly of eggs- graceful, charming and a classic beauty. You're composed on the outside, but have mixed feelings about others on the inside.
Hard-boiled: Impulsive and a little disorganized, you have a good sense of self and don't care what others think of you. You care about your health and are athletic.
But no matter your egg style, ALL eggs are a powerful nutritious package:
One large egg contains 6 grams of high-quality protein and nine essential amino acids, all for 70 calories.
Eggs include choline, which is important for fetal brain development and has been shown to positively impact cognition later in life.
Yolks house most of the egg's nutrients like vitamin D, vitamin B12, selenium and more than 40 percent of the protein in an egg.
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