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TELL US: How do you like your eggs? #NationalEggDay

SAN ANTONIO - Today, June 3rd, is National Egg Day. It's a day to celebrate this versatile and nutritious food. Eggs are enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even snacks. They can be boiled, fried, scrambled, poached, baked, and more. They're also a key ingredient in many recipes.

Eggs have been a bit controversial in the past, with some health concerns around cholesterol. However, guidelines have shifted, and the benefits of eggs are now well-recognized. They're a good source of choline, which is important for brain health. They are also a complete source of protein, containing all nine essential amino acids.

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Sharon Snyder likes, "Fried bologna over easy eggs with grilled onions and cheddar cheese on a toasted bagel or toasted French bread. A sunny side up egg on a burger, deviled eggs with relish, crispy bacon bites or a Denver omelet. Two eggs over medium on a waffle with fried chicken."

"Scrambled with cheese" is Natalie Hernandez-Ayala favorite.

Danielle Lynn Garcia takes it a step further, "Scrambled is the ONLY way I’ll eat them!"

Many comments agree with Jonathan Levi, "Over easy with ranchero sauce on top."

Ryan Scott Benavides isn't picky, "Don't matter. I can eat them all kinds of ways, all day!"

Joe Garcia knows exactly how he likes his eggs, "Over medium with the edges kinda fried."

"Sunny side up with sausage patty to soak up egg yoke," remarked Micheal Hicks.

"Over medium, deviled, in an omelet, so many ways," says Rhonda Wilkinson.

Dominic Pacey Winslet likes his eggs, "Poached on a English muffin."

Egg Day Celebration Ideas

Get Cooking! This is the most obvious way to celebrate. Make your favorite egg dish, try a new recipe, or have an egg-themed brunch with friends.

Learn Something New: Did you know chickens lay different colored eggs? Research interesting facts about eggs or different egg preparation methods around the world.

Social Media Fun: Share your favorite egg dish or recipe on social media with #NationalEggDay.

Egg-cellent Puns: National Egg Day is a prime opportunity for some good-natured egg puns. Crack some jokes with friends and family!