A post on Reddit recently claimed that a recipe for a breakfast egg roll, which is traditionally made with egg whites, would contain eggs.
The post was created by redditor cayden-tat-man, who also claimed to have found a recipe in the archives of the National Academy of Sciences.
The recipes were posted in July, and the story gained traction after it was published in the Daily Mail on Friday.
The recipe for breakfast egg rolls can be found in the National Archives of the US, as well as on the website of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The site is home to more than 5,000 documents and videos.
However, the Daily Beast found that the recipes, which were posted online, were posted after July 2018, when the National Academies had released its first set of official guidelines for the health of children.
These guidelines were released in April 2019.
In April 2019, the National Institutes of Health also released the first official guidelines on the safety of egg consumption.
The guidelines are based on the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which was conducted between January 2019 and December 2019.
These were conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which conducts a number of public health surveys.
The National Academy issued its guidelines in October 2020, and its website lists the publication of its guidelines as a way to encourage the public to review the recommendations and make their own decisions about egg consumption, according to Ars Technic.
The Daily Beast also found that some of the recipes were published in August 2018.
However the earliest version of the recipe was posted on Reddit in August 2019, and according to Reddit users, it was posted after the first round of guidelines was released in January 2020.
The original Reddit post, which appears to have been made in September 2019, states: “I love this egg roll recipe, but I want to be honest: I would be totally OK eating this egg without eggs.”
The Daily Mail reports that caydan-tats-man also posted the recipe for this eggroll recipe on his own site.
The story was published on August 1, 2020.