Eggs come in all sizes, color and have many purposes

Adding eggs one at a time

After creaming together butter and sugar, the next ingredients in many cookie recipes is eggs. They should be added one at a time, each one thoroughly beaten in before the next egg is added to allow the creamed butter and sugar mixture to most effectively retain its trapped air. Be sure to scrape the sides of the bowl so all of the butter/sugar mixture is incorporated. After adding the egg, the mixture in the bowl will look curdled and shiny. Keep mixing and the mixture will smooth out.

Lesson -Transformation from the inside out

There are the biblical verses and messages that need to line up with our ingredients. It’s all going to fall into place by helping out at other organizations, spending time with the children. All the children will benefit over time. I want to start a business structure allowing the children to use their gifts that GOD has given them. Miracles happen even in a world that says you can’t, you can! Ask Louie Giglio

What surface are you now?
Brick or mortar
Sand or quicksand
Pebbles or rocks

I will endure whatever is thrown upon me!

Lesson – Eggs
Eggs come in all sizes and colors and have multiple purposes.
Eggs are a perfect representation of salvation
Raise, environment, cracked, separated, heated, boiled and yolk

Transforming from an egg in a hard shell
Cracking the egg shell and seeing that you can change the insides to something amazing. You can leave the yolk and the egg white together. You can separate it. You can wisk it. You can add it to another ingredient.
Egg Yolk

Egg Whites
Beating egg whites properly is the key to creating certain extra light cookies, such as meringues and lady fingers. Three things to remember: the bowl and beaters must be clean and clean from grease. Use a stainless steel or a glass bowl only. Egg whites will whip higher if they’re at room temperature before beating. When beating egg whites at first you’ll have a puddle of clear liquid with some large bubbles in it. As you continue beating, the liquid will become opaque as it forms many more, smaller bubbles. If a point forms and then falls over immediately, the egg whites are at a soft peak. From this point 2—25 more strokes with a wisk will bring you to a medium peak and another 15-20 strokes to stiff peaks. It’s extremely easy to go too far. When you start to see grainy white clumps, you’re beyond stiff peaks and every stroke of the whisk or beater is tearing apart the network of air, water and protein you’ve worked so hard to create. You’ll also see a pool of clear liquid under the foam. The good news is that the foam still on top of the liquid will essentially still work. The bad news is that you can’t really fix what’s happened, other than to start over with new egg whites.

Egg Replacers
Starch based egg replacer
For each egg use
1 1/2 teaspoons tapioca starch
1 1/2 teaspoons potato starch
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/8 teaspoon (a big pinch) xanthenes gum
3 tablespoons water
Whisk together well. Let sit for 10 minutes for the xanthan gum to provide some viscosity, then whisk until it appears lighter. You are building many tiny bubbles—the mixture will increase in volume a bit. The idea is to trap some air bubbles to help with leavening the same way eggs do.
Store in an airtight container, mixing in the water as needed.

Separating eggs
Eggs are easier to separate when cold. Crack the shell, and use it to pass the yolk from one side to the other as the white drips down. If you’re worried about food safety, wash the egg in warm water before cracking it.

Creaming Eggs
Cream eggs by adding one egg at a time. After creaming together butter and sugar, the next ingredient in many cookie recipes is eggs. They should be added one at a time, each egg should be thoroughly beaten in before the next egg added, to allow the creamed butter/sugar mixture to most effectively retain its trapped air. Be sure to scrape the sides of the bowl so all of the butter/sugar mixture is incorporated.
After adding the egg, the mixture in the bowl will look curdled and shiny. Keep mixing, and the mixture will smooth out.

Lesson – What is sin ?
Sin is anything that we do, or say, or think
that goes against what God has told us in the Bible to be truth. Sin is anything that makes God unhappy. What are some of the things that we do
that go against God and make God unhappy?
write the sins on an egg with a permanent marker. Write the sins on top of each other so that the egg starts to look really black.

What is this thing we are writing on?
It is just a hard-boiled egg. Have you ever touched an egg? How does it feel? What does it look like? What does the egg feel like, is it hard, smooth, rough, colored or messy. The egg should remind us of our hearts before we knew Jesus. Before we knew Jesus our savior, our hearts were hard and messy and far from perfect. An egg will remind us of what Jesus has done for each of us. Jesus was the Son of God and lived a long time ago. Jesus spent His Life telling people about God, how much He loved each of them and how God wanted them to live their lives. But Jesus didn’t just live for us, He also died for us. He died for us because all of us have done the things that we may have written on our egg. Name some of the things you have lied, been unkind with or not obeyed our parents and write them on the egg. Do you call those things sin? The sin we commit keeps us from knowing God and following Jesus. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted. Galatians 6:1 Now I want you to start peeling the shell from your egg. When doing this remember that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. But He didn’t stay dead. After three days, He rose again and is now living in heaven. Jesus died on the cross for you and if you believe in Jesus and tell Him you are sorry for your sin, then He can take away your sin just like I am taking off the dark, hard peel of this egg. When you are done peeling the egg, What does it look like and feel like now? Have different children feel the egg as they answer. (possible answers- soft, malleable, no blemishes, clean) That is what happens to our heart when we ask Jesus to forgive us for our

Sins, the things that make him unhappy. Our heart changes from messy and
Dark and hard to being clean and soft.

If the egg doesn’t peel smoothly its okay! Talk about the fact that we do still sin and we aren’t perfect, but, we are clean and soft and ready to follow Jesus. Take the opportunity to lead children into prayer and give them a chance to accept Jesus as their savior.

Egg yolk
Egg white
Whole egg
Over easy egg
Hard boiled egg
Scrambled eggs
Parboiled eggs
Parched eggs
Fried eggs

Boil it

Most recipes call for eggs to be beaten until they’re light and lemon colored, that means they’ve incorporated an appropriate amount of air.

Egg whites can be beaten until they’ve ballooned with air and become meringue.

And if you beat eggs together with fat (creaming eggs and butter) you produce an emulsion that can hold more air than either alone.

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