This open-faced sandwich with a sunnyside-up and almond butter is my favorite go-to dish when I don’t have a lot of time for breakfast or lunch, or if I just crave for some good protein-rich snack.
All ingredients are fine for all blood types. That’s why it’s such a no-brainer. It would even make a great hors d’oeuvre when you have guests—regardless of what their blood type is. I remember having a three-year-old visitor who never liked eggs, until she was given this “eggwich.” So, why not try it on your finicky toddler?
The heart-shape mold is an extra little tool that I use to create a heart-shaped egg—great for special occasions like Valentine’s Day, birthdays and anniversaries.
For those of you who want to find out a bit more about how each ingredient is compatibility with each blood type, here is the lowdown:
- Eggs, almond and sea salt are neutral for all
- Brown rice is neutral for all; beneficial for Type AB
- Carob is neutral for all; beneficial for Type O
- Brewer’s yeast or nutritional yeast is neutral for all types but beneficial for the “Non-Secretors” of all types
- Ghee is beneficial for all types
Brewer’s yeast‘s nutritional profile is quite amazing. It not only is rich in a number of vitamins (particularly Vitamin B) and amino acids, but also a wide variety of minerals, of which the copper can help reduce the growth of gray hair.
As for the Carob Extract, it is highly nutritious and great for boosting energy and promoting gut health. Unlike chocolate, it is caffeine-free, so it serves as a wonderful alternative for those of you who are sensitive to caffeine but like the chocolaty taste.
I use only a tiny amount of ghee for frying but by adding a little to your diet every day, amazing things will happen. It contains a short-chain fatty acid called butyrate, which has amazing cancer-prevention properties. Ghee also helps to stimulate digestion and increase one’s immunity. Besides, ghee has a high smoke point of 375 degrees F and is shelf stable for a long time. So it is one of the safest cooking oils out there.
For the gourmands among you, you will find the taste and texture to be extremely interesting. This “Eggwich” combines both sweet and salty tastes, as well as soft and crispy textures. I can’t wait for you to try it and share with me what you think of the recipe! Don’t forget to check out the 1-minute video demo below in the “HOW TO” tab.
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