Master how to cook eggs and you’ll never be at a loss over what to make for breakfast, lunch, or dinner—like, ever again. From turning leftover frittata into sandwiches to plopping a sunny-side up on a salad, eggs are one of the most cost-effective, quick-cooking, versatile proteins around.
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