I love pickled eggs because, first of all, any variation of a boiled egg is fantastic. Second, this is a boiled egg infused with two amazing things: apple cider vinegar and flavor.
What is great about it is that the flavor depends on our mood and or preferences. Use any edible flavoring agent in the universe. There is no limit and your egg becomes a portable little flavor nugget. Consider a mustard–infused boiled egg: it tastes a lot like a portable little deviled egg.
As I mention the word “portable,” that is really why I like these eggs. I take them to go with me when I am making a salad on the road and I want some interesting flavors and protein on that salad. I have taken these eggs camping with me to put on my salad. Imagine a romaine-based salad with a basic oil-and-vinegar dressing, boiled eggs, red onions, and pine nuts. For me, especially on the road, that is heaven! When that egg is infused with additional flavor, I get very excited.
The flavor you infuse into your egg is completely up to you. However, my top choices are mustard, garlic, basil, time, and cilantro. Here are some principles to live by:
As for why I am into the apple cider vinegar for weight loss: I am one of those “half of themselves” weight loss stories, down to 140 pounds from 280. You may want to poke around more and check out what I did. I combined the keto diet with intermittent fasting for some massive success. Do not miss the before and after photos!
Amanda Rose, Ph.D. lives in the Giant Sequoia National Monument with her husband and two sons. She founded the Eat Like A Bear website to support the awesomely inspiring community on Facebook, Eat Like A Bear!