I've been meaning to try poached eggs at home for ages - they are usually reserved for breakfast outings. However, taking only a few minutes to whip up and being a really nutritious way to start the day they will definitely become a more regular occurrence. To make I boiled water in a small saucepan and added 1 1/2 tbs apple cider vinegar. Then, one at a time, I gently cracked an egg into the water. I left my eggs to cook for 3 minutes but you might want to adjust this time in order to cook the eggs to your liking. I toasted a piece of grain bread and spread with homemade tomato relish (I'll post the recipe for this soon). I then topped off with some chopped spring onion, fresh chopped cherry tomatoes and salt & pepper. Eggs are a great source of accessible protein, but also relatively low in calories. They are also rich in the nutrient choline. Research has demonstrated that people with a diet high in choline were less likely to develop breast cancer.