Poaching with mold is the better way to cook an egg.
Egg will lose egg white and vitamins when cooked in different ways. When poached in the old fasion way, the egg white will dissolve in water and leave a mess to clean. And with oil and high temperature in frying methods, not only egg loses vitamins but also the cooking process generates dangerous chemicals.
Poach with mold is the better way for you to get the most nutrition preservation and have no meesy peeling compared to hard boiling egg.
Why choose poached egg?
Research at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York indicates that frying or grilling foods at high temperatures can actually produce compounds that may increase body inflammation, which is of special concern to individuals who struggle with arthritis or other inflammatory-type diseases. Poached eggs are prepared with boiling water, which does not produce these inflammatory-causing compounds.
Poaching is the healther way.
Poaching is an indirect, moist-heat cooking method that calls for boiling an egg without its shell. Of the handful of conventional preparation techniques, it ranks as one of the healthiest ways to cook an egg. For about 70 calories, a large poached egg supplies more than 6 grams of high-quality protein, 4.7 grams of mostly unsaturated fat and significant amounts of vitamin D, antioxidant compounds and choline, a nutrient essential to healthy brain function.
Multi-Functional: The Silicone Egg Poacher is a flexible kitchen tool, perfect for poaching eggs, warming baby’s food, for use as a serving bowl or baking accessory. It can be used in the microwave and stovetop.
Premium quality silicone with long-lasting surface processing technology, made of FDA approved silicone, BPA free. Eco-friendly and non-toxic.
Temperature tolerance: -40/+230 degrees.
Easy to clean: It is easy to remove the egg from the soft silicone. To clean up, simply flip it over and wash it or just toss it into the dishwasher.
HOW TO USE
Simply boil water, spray cups with cooking spray or oil, and add an egg. Super Easy! Your eggs are now perfect for a late breakfast, a cozy Sunday brunch, and impressing your friends and family!