Are you unsure of what to get as far as buying eggs are concerned? With the numerous choices available in the supermarket, it’s not that easy to decide. We have the real eggs, Egg Beaters, Scramblers, etc. and they come frozen, refrigerated or powdered. If you’re debating whether to buy the substitutes or real eggs, here’s some pros and cons, keeping in mind that real eggs cost about half as much as the substitutes.
Egg Substitute Real Eggs
No cholesterol; egg whites are the basic ingredients. About 220 mg. of cholesterol per yolk(300 mg. is the limit)
Little risk of Salmonella poisoning because most are Salmonella risk if eaten undercooked and raw.
pasteurized; but check label.
20 – 35 calories per 1/4 cup serving(equal to one egg). 74 calories per large egg.
Most are non-fat. 5 grams of fat per egg, less than 2 grams saturated
About 6 grams of protein per serving. About 6 grams of protein per egg.
Now, did I confuse you all the more? Whatever choice you pick, keep in mind that eggs are good for one’s health. It’s just that, with a lot of health issues that we have to consider your choice should be based on that.