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Hollandaise Sauce Magic!

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Already published this recipe in Eggs Not Dairy Product?..and explained a few changes that would really appeal to us in the health conscious world….like using Whole Wheat muffins…substituting with Sea Salt or Himalayan! Right here is a picture of the Lox that just looks so appetizing! But let us talk Hollandaise Sauce Magic!…if we can find a reasonably full proof way, using Butter if possible from Organic Origins…best grass fed Cows! Great factor Butter…does not change chemically with heat! I look at Saturated Fats as best Coconut, it contains medium chain fatty acids which has a dramatic health benefit with enabling metabolism using fats as a substitute for sugar metabolism in our brains. Much more about this in another article, as I believe this is another really powerful weapon to immediately fight that terrible now international calamity of Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Avocado also a perfect fat!! But Butter also does not change it’s constituency with heat…so clarifying it and making Hollandaise sauce is for me a tremendous plus!

This Hollandaise is made fast, great for adding to not just Eggs and Lox, but Hollandaise over Asparagus. Vegetables are really a treat…and the Egg Yolks great source of Protein…Hollandaise Sauce Magic!

Our ancestral DNA personally believe farther back than just 2 million years…and this now supported by recent archaeological findings in central Europe! However our forbears based in Africa…primarily fruit eaters…secondarily plant…opportunistically, over those millions of years of DNA development…this long ‘way back’ to actually affect our DNA…managed SOME animal products, and bird eggs would be a natural! Eggs would have been a delicacy as they are one of the most nutritious foods one can eat. Happen to be low in calories, the bane of our modern ‘civilization’…but contain high amounts of protein, fat, and nutrients. One large egg, about 80 calories, with 6 grams protein, 5 grams of fat, and 1 gram of carbohydrate. Source of Selenium, Riboflavin, and Vitamin B 12.

One could say that our bodies have adapted to utilize all the good things that eggs contain. Which is almost every vitamin, and mineral the body needs..for instance it is a rare source of Vitamin D. This vitamin, thanks our ‘new society’, because of indoor fixation, chronically short!  As result: Hollandaise Sauce Magic!