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How To Boil Eggs Perfectly

8 large Eggs (or any number you want)
4 cups Water (or enough to cover eggs in the pan)
1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar (or white)
1 tbsp Sea salt

Place eggs in a single layer at the bottom of a large saucepan or pot. Add enough water to cover the eggs with at least 1 inch of water over them.

Add a tablespoon of vinegar and a tablespoon of sea salt to the pot. Stir gently.

Place the pan onto the stove over high heat. Bring the water to a rolling boil.

Once the water is boiling, set a timer to the following number of minutes based on how you best enjoy your eggs.  Personally I love making my deviled eggs from the 10 minute boiling option.

1 minute - Very runny soft boiled eggs
2 minutes - Runny soft boiled eggs
3 minutes - Very gooey medium boiled eggs
4 minutes - Gooey medium boiled eggs
5 minutes - Just set medium boiled eggs
6 minutes - Medium-hard boiled eggs
7 minutes - Very creamy hard boiled eggs
8 minutes - Creamy hard boiled eggs
9 minutes - Firm hard boiled eggs
10 minutes - Very firm hard boiled eggs

Right before the timer is about to go off, turn on the faucet to the coldest that it goes and let it run until the water is ice cold. Once the timer goes off, drain the hot water and place the pan under the cold running water, letting the ice cold water fill the pan. The water will turn lukewarm from the heat of the eggs and pan. Keep running the water (it will overflow from the pot), until the water in the pan is ice cold. 

Leave the eggs in the pot for about 10 minutes, until they reach room temperature.

How To Peel Boiled Eggs...the super easy way.
Once the eggs are at room temperature (but not colder), you can peel them.

The easiest way to peel an egg, roll it on the counter with the palm of your hand, pressing gently to make cracks all over the shell. The peel will come right off!


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Onion Rings

Low Carb Onion Rings

Pork rinds (original or flavored- your choice)
coconut oil
Seasoning (optional)

1. Take a few handfuls of pork rinds and either hand crush them in a bowl or bag, or put them in a blender (as I did), until it forms somewhat of powder. You can add any seasonings you'd like at this point. This will be the breading for your onion rings.

2. Cut a few "rings" from your onion

3. Whisk 1-2 eggs (just depends on how many onion rings you're doing) together in a bowl. Put your pork rind powder in a separate bowl, and gather your onion rings near. It's time to bread them!

4. One at a time-- dip the onions in the egg, then transfer to the pork rinds and cover completely, then lay on a plate.

5. Heat oil in a frying pan on medium high heat and then add your onion rings. Turning them a few times, fry until breading is crispy and golden brown. Lay on paper towels to cool a bit and soak up any extra grease. Done. Enjoy!