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This hilarious eggs-ercise video will get you pumped for Pancake Day
February 17 marks Pancake Day, and this year Australian Eggs have brought us a healthier way to celebrate with a new eggs-ercise routine to try.
Check out the hilarious video below:
- Tuesday 17th February 2015 is Pancake Day, also known as Shrove Tuesday.
- Pancakes have been eaten on Shrove Tuesday for more than 1,000 years as a means to use up rich ingredients ahead of the fasting period.
- Pancake races have been held for more than 500 years in England on Shrove Tuesday. These annual events traditionally see contestants dress in aprons and scarves and race down a course flipping a pancake in a frying pan.
- Pancakes are also known as flapjacks, griddlecakes or hotcakes.
- Eggs contain every single vitamin and mineral, except vitamin C.
- Eggs contain the highest quality protein of all foods – just one serve provides over 20% of your daily needs!
- Fresh eggs can be kept refrigerated in their carton for four weeks.
- To tell if an egg is raw, spin it! If is spins easily it’s hard-boiled but if it wobbles, it is raw.
- Eggs carry the Heart Foundation Tick because and are recommended as a part of healthy and balanced diet.
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