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The variety of colors of chickens' eggs is surprising and beautiful but color of the egg shell does not effect nutritional value or taste of the egg Those qualities are effected by diet, health environment Hens that have access to the outdoors and are able to forage for food lay eggs w/ enhanced flavor nutritional value. 1/3 less cholesterol 1/4 less saturated fat 2/3 more vitamin A 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids 3 times more vitamin E 7 times more beta carotene


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Sesame chicken below is a recipe for sesame chicken which is surprisingly low in carbs and calories, too! And those values are for 6oz! Cut that in half and the nutrition values are amazing. Serving Size: 1/5 recipe (about 6 oz chicken) Nutritional Info: 180.1 calories, 6.5g of fat, 2.1g carbohydrates, .4g dietary fiber, 28.2g of protein * 5 P+

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Skinny Thai Chicken Meatballs with Peanut Sauce

Skinny Thai Chicken Meatballs with Peanut Sauce - healthy baked chicken meatballs with Thai flavors and smothered in a sweet and slightly spicy peanut sauce.


Best High Protein Food

Foods High in Protein. Food from plants also contain protein equivalent to meats but without the fats and calories.

A Mediterranean inspired soup with chicken, orzo, spinach, carrots, oregano and basil simmered in a lemon-infused chicken broth and topped with a lemon wheel. Served daily. Available in cup and bowl. (Nutritional values below are based on bowl serving. For detailed nutrition facts on all items based on serving size, please download our <a href=

Inspiration for salads at home > Panera's Ancient Grain Arugula & Chicken Salad: Chicken, arugula, ancient grain blend, red grapes and fresh apple and cabbage slaw tossed with white balsamic apple vinaigrette and topped with toasted pumpkin seeds.

Why Raise Chickens In Your Backyard? The Many Reasons & Benefits Hens will produce eggs that are fresh and nutritious, not to mention great tasting. Backyard eggs are also much healthier than their store bought counterparts. Backyard eggs contain: 1/3 the Cholesterol of store bought eggs 2/3 more vitamin A 1/4 less saturated fat 2 times the amount of Omega 3 fatty acids 3 times the amount of Vitamin E 7 times more Beta Carotene