Thursday, August 4, 2011

Cake ball cake and kolbász

Hungarian sausage (kolbász) with rice
Food Diary (August 03, 2011)
Breakfast: Missed
Lunch: Hungarian sausage (kolbász) with rice
Dinner: Sourdough with sauerkraut, pickled herring
Baking/sweets:

My body clock has done a somersault. Today I got out of bed just before 12 noon, however I did go to bed really late. What better way to kick start the day than to have spicy kolbász, with extra chilies. The spiciness makes you jump and gets the metabolism going.


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Source: cake whiz
Cake ball cake


Today’s Favourite Blog
Not all eggs are created equal. There is controversy whether eggs are healthy or a high-cholesterol trap.  The answer depends on what the hen eats, says Dr. Niva Shapira of Tel Aviv University's School of Health Professions.

Dr. Shapira’s research indicates that when hens are fed with a diet low in omega-6 fatty acids from a young age, they produce eggs that may cause less oxidative damage to human health. A diet low in omega-6 fatty acids includes wheat, barley, and milo and lower in soy, maize and sunflower, safflower, and maize oils.

Healthier eggs obviously cost more. Feed high in omega-6 fatty acids, such as maize, soy, and their oils, are much cheaper. If you want to know whether the eggs you are eating are healthier or not you have to find out what the hen had been eating. I am guessing organic eggs would be better for you. It also depends where the hens were raised. "European" hens dine less on corn and soy unlike their North American cousins. So my guess is that generally speaking "European eggs" are probably healthier. 

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9 comments:

  1. So glad you showcased that bad ass cake pop cake. I was eyeballing that earlier :) And I'm with you, bring on the spicy breakfast!

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  2. i saw that cake pop recipe on her blog earlier today! i bet eating it was a lot of fun :).

    yes, something spicy does get the digestion going :). we all need days to sleep in a little. hehehe.

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  3. the sausage with rice look so delicious!

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  4. I wish I can wake up before noon...my kids jump on top of my bed before 7am, even on weekends! >_< Hungarian sausage... I'd love to have that one day. Looks delish! Cake whiz has so many cool cakes and amazing!

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  5. I love Hungarian sausages! Sadly they are not sold here...
    I hope the European organic eggs I have been eating for years are very healthy (I tend to eat a lot of eggs...)

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  6. I love that cake ball cake! Very creative blogger!

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  7. was that a spicy breakfast? I thought you skipped breakfast- regardless- i am now in the mood for sausage and rice. interesting because I really don't enjoy sausage. hmmmmmm.

    cake balls CAKE BALLS!

    I knew that about the eggs but I still find that intriguing as well.

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  8. Wow I never knew there are healthy eggs
    :)

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