chickens which are not put in tiny cage, but on cages where they roam free, where there is more spcae unlike those tiny cages;. (3) Graseieren refer to eggs from hens that have access to the outdoors, usually from the countryside. (4) Vrije uitloop eieren refer to eggs from hens that have access to the outdoors. (5) Biologische eieren -refer to Organic eggs. The term "Organic" indicates a method of farming in which the hens are fed organic feed and live in a cage-free environment, with access to the outdoors. Organic egg producers may not use antibiotics except during an infectious outbreak. Forced molting or de-beaking is not allowed. (6) Biodynamische eieren - Bio-dynamic eggs. The term "bio-dynamic" indicates a method of organic farming that looks at the farm as a complete eco-system.
French term which means "With their skin", generally referring to potatoes with skins on or in a paste or pastry crust. In cooking term, En Chemise which literally means "in a blouse" refers to food wrapped in their own skin, as in potatoes cooked with skin on (Jacket Potato), foods wrapped in caul fat or bladder, etc. En Chemise is pronounced "ohn sheh-meez".
cheese. The taste is slightly sweet, with a grainy or floury texture on the tongue. Eezgii is made by cooking milk with Kefir, as in the preparation of Byaslag. However, after curdling, cooking must be continued until all the liquid is gone or until the milk and Kefir mixture has dried. Cooking must be continued a little more until the dried mass is roasted and until it turns into small golden pieces. The final product is then dry enough to be stored in a sack of cloth. Eezgii is mostly served as snack for nibbling in between meals. Eezgii serves as a snack for nibbling in between. The taste is slightly sweet, with a grainy or floury texture on the tongue.