Jane Says: Eggs Are Weird and Wonderful
About Grade How eggs are graded depends in large part on how thick and firm the whites are: Grade AA eggs hold their shape in the skillet a little better than Grade A ... Nutritionally, there is no difference between fertilized and unfertilized eggs.
A Guide To Maple Syrup Grades
Maple syrup can be pretty pricey, so you'd better ... grades: Canada #1, including Extra Light (sometimes known as AA), Light (A), and Medium (B); #2 Amber (C); and #3 Dark (D). The United States has a different system, divided into two major grades: Grade ...
Hardwood flooring grades - Is there a difference?
What's the difference among the different grades of hardwood flooring? Which is better ... grade or cabin grade wood. Technically, the quality of the wood (as measured by hardness/durability) is the same across all the grades. The differences between ...
The Difference Between S&P and Moody's
Amidst all the downgrade talk, one crucial point has been largely missing: there’s a very good reason why it was S&P, and not Moody’s ... then Ecuador should be investment grade, as would just about any other country which has recently defaulted ...
Egg-buying cheat sheet: what the claims mean
Most eggs sold are grade AA or A, and there’s very little difference between the two. Grade B eggs are just as good to eat, but they have different qualities, such as thinner whites, so tend to be better used in baked goods or as an omelet, whereas ...