Eggs

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  1. Ain't you lot got dish washers?


  2. I do but they dont clean any better than hand washed, actually, not even as well.

    No joke, look it up
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked
    I do but they dont clean any better than hand washed, actually, not even as well.

    No joke, look it up
    Yes but putting a dish in a dish washer is less hassle then washing it by hand

  4. YEah but you still have to scrub off the crud before u throw it in so you may well clean the darn thing right there on the spot. lol

    Can we get back to Eggs now? LOLOL

    Quote Originally Posted by inda11 View Post
    Yes but putting a dish in a dish washer is less hassle then washing it by hand
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  5. nothing wrong with eggs they r yummy
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by inda11

    How do you cook them? I omelette mine due to time restraints. 5 whole eggs. Its alot to eat don't think i could eat 14 eggs! Especially with oats aswell.
    Well like i said muscleegg.com flavored eggs is a lot quicker to prepare and taste is amazing. Also sometimes i have 4 eggs over easy with some sausage and toast in the morning with the musle eggs.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by bigoz801

    Well like i said muscleegg.com flavored eggs is a lot quicker to prepare and taste is amazing. Also sometimes i have 4 eggs over easy with some sausage and toast in the morning with the musle eggs.
    That's EGGcelent lol

  8. Eggs are the best bio available protein source from solid food. 1x 20g egg yolk has 5g of fat, some protein and is also loaded with minerals and vitamins. There is no reason to avoid it, I personally eat 2 egg yolks every day, that's only 10g fat and I get all the other stuff for free.

    Why waste money on vitamin and mineral supplements while throwing away egg yolks ?
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  9. Yes, WHEN COOKED, the protein is bioavailable and a solid source.

    The link above in post #66 discusses eggs in RAW form (as ONE option on their site "chocolate flavored egg white")

    Quote Originally Posted by shockingfit View Post
    Eggs are the best bio available protein source from solid food. 1x 20g egg yolk has 5g of fat, some protein and is also loaded with minerals and vitamins. There is no reason to avoid it, I personally eat 2 egg yolks every day, that's only 10g fat and I get all the other stuff for free.

    Why waste money on vitamin and mineral supplements while throwing away egg yolks ?
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked
    Totally agree!! Used to love fall off the bone meat. Here we go again thogh, all that cleaning up stinks

    Again, I hate to sound like a big whiner but Ive been at this a long time and all the cooking (or cleaning) has caught up to me. Just gets old

    LOL
    I'm with you bro. I'm always looking for ways to cut corners and quicken the prep and clean up times. It wears you down lol

  11. Get some quality non-stick cook ware and washing the dishes won't be as much of a hassle. I love Eggs. Eggs and bacon, Eggs and steak. Ham and eggs. Egg salad. Never throw out the yolk, that is just a waste.

  12. I usually end up making about 20 hard boiled eggs at once, peel them immediately and leave them in a tupperware container in the fridge. This will last a few days so I don't have to cook them every day.

    Same with chicken and turkey burgers. I usually cook a few pounds at once, every two or three days.

    Don't have the time to firing up the pan six times a day.

  13. Same here buddy

    Still annoys me to do this too lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Clemenza View Post
    I usually end up making about 20 hard boiled eggs at once, peel them immediately and leave them in a tupperware container in the fridge. This will last a few days so I don't have to cook them every day.

    Same with chicken and turkey burgers. I usually cook a few pounds at once, every two or three days.

    Don't have the time to firing up the pan six times a day.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked
    Same here buddy

    Still annoys me to do this too lol
    Lol. I think the only solution is a private live-in chef.


    Or a wife

  15. I had 6 eggs in a low carb wrap with some sargento vermont cheddar cheese today. Fried the eggs. In butter too. Good stuff.

  16. I might do five over easy with potatoes buttered toast and bacon pepper ketchup tomorrow morning.

    I hope I don't !!

  17. Agreed LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by Clemenza View Post
    Lol. I think the only solution is a private live-in chef.


    Or a wife
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  18. Eggs are fine. Personally, I eat egg whites, but thats because they better fit my macros.

    There are nothing wrong with egg yolks. It has already been concluded that dietary cholesterol has very minimal if any impact on blood-cholesterol concentrations. Having said that, egg yolks are still high in fat and may not fit your macros.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by SuperPro View Post
    I refuse to believe that eating whole eggs is bad for you. Humans have been eating whole eggs for longer than recorded history. The yolk is what the baby chick feeds on in a fertilized egg, thus it is full of most of the nutrients in the egg. Eating egg whites only is just low everything, and low doesn't necessarily mean better. I also have eaten raw eggs on several occasions and am probably going to make it a daily thing just out of pure convenience.
    I am agree with you !
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