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    What's y'all opinion on eating raw eggs for breakfast??

    Let me have some feedback thanks!

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    Leave the raw eggs for Rocky Balboa, IMHO.
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    I mix pasteurized liquid egg whites into my shakes some times.
    Careful with using actual eggs. Could give you salmonella
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    Cooked eggs > raw eggs
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbymac
    Leave the raw eggs for Rocky Balboa, IMHO.
    Hahah ur right
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    Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM
    I mix pasteurized liquid egg whites into my shakes some times.
    Careful with using actual eggs. Could give you salmonella
    Were could i get those?
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    Quote Originally Posted by figgy336 View Post
    Were could i get those?
    By the eggs, usually.
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    Not for me. I'll leave the raw eggs to film makers and bodybuilders who can't find supps or a skillet :-)
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    takes 2 mins to cook them....
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    The egg whites digest slower when eaten raw and can cause digestive problems. I love raw yolks though .

    I think it's more convenient to eat them cooked. I wouldn't worry about the salmonella if you find good quality, organic eggs from pasture fed chickens. I've eaten tons of raw yolks during the past 8 years and never got sick.
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    Been drinking them pretty much every day since I was a kid no problems. But I get them free. If I had to pay for them, I wouldnt bother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimiFit
    The egg whites digest slower when eaten raw and can cause digestive problems. I love raw yolks though .

    I think it's more convenient to eat them cooked. I wouldn't worry about the salmonella if you find good quality, organic eggs from pasture fed chickens. I've eaten tons of raw yolks during the past 8 years and never got sick.
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    Salmonella comes from leaving eggs in a warm environment for to long. Always keep your eggs in the fridge or below 18C (38F) and you'll have no problem

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