Eggs are nutrient-dense and ideal sources of protein, yet they can't quite break free of their own success as a breakfast staple and favorite of Sunday brunches. Even here, it seems they're not in command. “We're still only about 13% in share of at-home breakfast,” said Kevin Burkum, senior vice president of the American Egg Board. “It's a daypart dominated by cereal.” Efforts to land on the plate at other meals has met with limited success. ...

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