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Is there a final word on Eggs?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by SField, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    We should totally start posting our favorite egg recipes now.

    I prefer mine scrambled.
     


  2. Salad

    Salad Senior member

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    My dad has a very large back yard and keeps "free range" hens so free fresh brown eggs all day. The problem is finding them. Some hens have nesting areas some just lay eggs where ever they want.

    My favorite way to have an egg is semi soft boiled. Crack the top, hit with a little bit of seasalt and I'm good.
    Some of you guys eat a gang of eggs! Lol. I think I'd get tired of them.
     


  3. milosz

    milosz Senior member

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    Yeah just be careful you aren't paying too much for "free range" chicken eggs. From what I've heard, Free range just means the chickens have light and can see outside their coupes. not necessarily happy chickens frolicking through the meadows....


    http://www.upc-online.org/freerange.html


    Yeah, you want 'pasture raised' if at all possible (from a reliable source that you trust their honesty on that point). Cage free and free range are industrial farmed with possible access to the outdoors.
     


  4. SField

    SField Senior member

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    Well not like brown all around. I didn't mean burnt brown. Right at the end I like it when it's just a TAD brown on one side of the bits of scram.

    And overpowering or not, cajun seasoning is delicious. Guess that's how it is being raised in the south.


    That wouldn't be scrambled eggs... that would be more like a chopped extremely overcooked omelet.
     


  5. db_ggmm

    db_ggmm Senior member

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    Look up Gordon Ramsey on Youtube for the best looking scrambled eggs everrr.
     


  6. CrazyJew

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    That wouldn't be scrambled eggs... that would be more like a chopped extremely overcooked omelet.

    sounds good to me
     


  7. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    Yes, every day now starts with a couple poached eggs on toast.

    where do you get yours?
     


  8. fuji

    fuji Senior member

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    I have about 6 eggs a day. 3 eggs scrambled with bacon on toast, cooked in olive oil. I have it for breakfast every morning and usually in the afternoon.
     


  9. SField

    SField Senior member

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    where do you get yours?

    Whole Foods.
     


  10. SField

    SField Senior member

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    sounds good to me

    Hey man that's fair. Not going to tell you how to eat your eggs, but if you're a real southern boy I'm guessing you love rich foods. Try cooking eggs differently, like some of us do some time. The texture and richness is sort of similar to really great cheese grits. Just sayin, you should try it.
     


  11. jaydc7

    jaydc7 Senior member

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    It's always a good day when you start with a blue egg.
     


  12. CrazyJew

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    Hey man that's fair. Not going to tell you how to eat your eggs, but if you're a real southern boy I'm guessing you love rich foods. Try cooking eggs differently, like some of us do some time. The texture and richness is sort of similar to really great cheese grits. Just sayin, you should try it.

    god damn I just came home high/drunk and you're like cheese grits and I'm like fuck I need some of that shit
     


  13. NorCal

    NorCal Senior member

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    No. My dad eats eggs every day and has done so for as long as I can remember. He eats a well balanced diet with lots and lots of veg and fresh greens and gets plenty of exercise. At his last physical (age 63) his doctor said his numbers were that of a man half his age.
    Eggs are fine.
     


  14. Superfluous Man

    Superfluous Man Senior member

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    No. My dad eats eggs every day and has done so for as long as I can remember. He eats a well balanced diet with lots and lots of veg and fresh greens and gets plenty of exercise. At his last physical (age 63) his doctor said his numbers were that of a man half his age.
    Eggs are fine.


    I'm as big of a fan of eggs as anyone but posts where someone says "My X has been doing Y for eleventy billion years and he/she is perfectly healthy" are ridiculous.
     


  15. otc

    otc Senior member

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    Is anyone else not a fan of the fried egg on top of a burger? Especially if it is a fairly big patty?

    I always think it seems like a good idea but when I get it, I am underwhelmed. Maybe I taste something when I first bite into the yolk...but otherwise I get nothing and the egg is overpowered by the burger.
     


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