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This Pizza Company Will Change The Way You Eat Breakfast

Let’s face it, eating the same thing for breakfast everyday can be monotonous, whether it’s oatmeal, banana, berries, yogurt, sugary cereal, or – if we’re blessed with a few extra minutes in the morning – a plate of scrambled eggs.

Well, thanks to Real Good Pizza, breakfast has become sacred once again. Introducing: the world’s first breakfast pizza you can feel good about eating! With only 4 grams of carbs and packed with 25 grams of protein, you can enjoy Real Good Pizza for breakfast, lunch or dinner.



Real Good Pizza breakfast pizzas are now available in bacon, sausage, and pepperoni, and can be shipped directly to your doorstep or found in select specialty nutrition stores. Use the code ‘FOODBEAST’ to get $10 off on your order.

With a delicious white cheddar sauce, topped with scrambled eggs, all-natural mozzarella cheese, and your choice of savory topping, these new breakfast pizzas are the tastiest way to get your morning started – the best part is they’re ready in only two minutes!

Talk about waking up on the right side of the bed.  


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Golden Goose Egg Scrambler Lets You Scramble Hard Boiled Eggs In The Shell

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Don’t know why, but we’re suckers for a good case of kitchen wizardry. Last April, a neat hack made its way around the web, instructing viewers on how to make scrambled eggs without ever having to break open a shell. The trick was to spin the egg around a tight tube like a long sock or t-shirt sleeve and use the centripetal force to crack open the egg yolk from within.

Well, now someone’s made a machine to make that whole process about . . . 2% easier. It’s called the “Golden Goose,” and it uses the same mechanics as the sock method. Just pop an egg inside the white and yellow plastic capsule, grab the two string-attached handle rings, and pull. Eventually all the spinning will be enough to break the gooey, unfertilized insides into a diffused form that can be hard boiled into scrambled deviled eggs, scrambled soft boiled eggs, or even scrambled egg tater tots (?).

$50 gets you a first production run model from Kickstarter. Might be smart just to buy a bunch for the kids and put them to work under the impression of “playtime.”

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