Excess vitamin D can lead to hypercalcemia.
Excess vitamin A can cause toxic symptoms and liver damage.
Excess iron may lead to abdominal pain, fatigue, and organ damage.
Excess zinc can cause nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, headaches, and altered taste.
It’s important to consume eggs as part of a balanced diet to avoid deficiencies or excesses. Effects may vary from person to person based on overall health and diet.
Step 1: Preparing Whole Eggs
Action: Gently whisk the whole eggs.
Tip: Avoid vigorous whisking to prevent excessive air incorporation, affecting texture during defrosting.
Putting into containers: Pour the mixture into freezer-safe containers.
Tip: Use ice cube trays for individual portions. Once frozen, transfer the egg cubes to an airtight freezer bag for easier portioning later.