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Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    eggs

    anyone have some recipes for eggs? i know they're great for a BB diet.. but I dont like them that much.. maybe some recipe will appeal to me.

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    Omulette!

    4 eggs, bit of milk, pinch of salt. Wisk it up. Cut some mushrooms and bacon up chuck them into the frying pan with a little bit of olive oil. Let them get nice. Chuck the egg mix on and cook. Slap a bit of cheese on top and grill until nice and brown. Put on a plate and eat with your hands. Brown sauce is nice also.
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    I hate omelettes. I always just scramble them up with some milk, make them nice and fluffy, little ketchup and salt. I've been eating them like this for well over a year now and I still find them tasty.
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    That's not really an omelet. That's just scrambled eggs with **** in it. That's what I do too.
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    spanish egg white omelet.......
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    1 large egg
    7 large egg whites
    1 small tomato - diced
    1 green onion - finely chopped
    3 black olives - sliced
    2 Tablespoons fat-free or low-fat shredded cheddar cheese
    1 Tablespoon canned green chili peppers - diced
    2 teaspoons olive oil
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    1/8 teaspoon black pepper
    In a medium bowl, whisk together egg, egg whites, salt and pepper.

    Heat a frying pan over medium-high heat. Add olive oil and swirl pan to coat bottom and sides. Add beaten eggs and tilt pan to spread mixture across entire pan bottom.

    Cook for about 30 second. With a spatula, gently lift sides of omelet and tilt pan to distribute more uncooked egg to the pan's surface.

    Once the egg begins to set, sprinkle totato, onion, pepper and cheese over one side of the omelet.

    Carefully, fold the other side of the omelet over the fillings.

    Cover and continue cooking until omelet is completely set - about 3 minutes.


    You can replace the whole egg with two egg whites, but the yolk adds a beautiful color and helps hold the omelet together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by getb1g View Post
    anyone have some recipes for eggs? i know they're great for a BB diet.. but I dont like them that much.. maybe some recipe will appeal to me.
    I can't stand the taste of texture of eggs. The only thing I can do is eat things with only some egg, but a lot of other flavors.

    Quiche is always a good option. That's surprising for me, because I'm not a big cheese person either. We do our own version, with pancetta (Italian ham/bacon), fresh mushrooms, and onions.

    I also like oven baked French toast. To make it healthy, use whole wheat bread, skim milk, and egg whites. When you oven bake it, you have to give it time to soak up all the egg mixture first. You end up consuming more eggs and milk, but less bread.
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    I like to throw any kind of meat in with my scrambled eggs. Salmon is very good with eggs, then top with cheese. Ground beef, carnitas, even turkey is good. Throw in some diced tomatoes, peppers, and make a big mess in the skillet.
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    Im gonna throw together my own recipe tomorow morning. I'll let you all know how it goes.

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    Omelettes, or scrambled. The bonus feature of an omelette is that if you're making breakfast for some chick it never ceases to impress if you can flip it.
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    waffles '

    2 egg whites
    30g of Oatmeal
    80g lowfat cottage cheese
    2g baking soda
    4 splenda packets
    pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ground cloves if you have any

    blend everything and put in a waffle maker, good stuff

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    The only way I could go about eating eggs straight, is eating boiled eggs.

    I used to mow down on scrambled eggs when I was a kid and now I cannot stand eating them anymore, even after 2 eggs my stomach will be upset for hours, and then the burping... bleh.

    So if you're like me, and you really want to eat eggs, I'd try hard boiling them. Worth a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBrown View Post
    The only way I could go about eating eggs straight, is eating boiled eggs.

    I used to mow down on scrambled eggs when I was a kid and now I cannot stand eating them anymore, even after 2 eggs my stomach will be upset for hours, and then the burping... bleh.

    So if you're like me, and you really want to eat eggs, I'd try hard boiling them. Worth a shot.

    I'm the opposite.

    I can't stand hard boiled eggs and can only eat them scrambled. Try both and see what you prefer.
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    i eat eggs any way, hard boiled, scrambled, fried, raw, omeletes, i just love eggs.

    if you dont really like eggs, the best way is to try all the styles.
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    I make egg salad sandwiches. You need to boil some eggs to make this. I usually boil about 4 of them. In a tupperware i put the 4 hard boiled eggs with some lite mayo a little bit of mustard some ground pepper. Mix it all together. And slap it on some multi grain bread or whatever your preference may be. MMM!! I also dip cerery in the egg salad too. Its a good snack.

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    Put 3 eggs in a pan...

    add parmesan cheese, creamed spinach, mushrooms, and bacon...

    Toast 2 slices of whole wheat bread... put egg on them.

    This is good!

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    4 eggs, 1/4 pound saute'd shrimp, 1/4 pound steamed rock lobster tail. Wisk eggs and pour into hot skillet (cover bottom of skillet with olive oil), add shrimp and lobster, and fold over to form omelet. Top with 4 oz. Beluga caviar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDS View Post
    4 eggs, 1/4 pound saute'd shrimp, 1/4 pound steamed rock lobster tail. Wisk eggs and pour into hot skillet (cover bottom of skillet with olive oil), add shrimp and lobster, and fold over to form omelet. Top with 4 oz. Beluga caviar.
    Approximate cost of this is not really efficient for any appreciable sized BB'er.
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    I know, I was joking. It would be good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDS View Post
    I know, I was joking. It would be good though.
    The salmon and shrimp? Hell yea. Never had caviar though. =P
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    What the hell is the difference between an omlette and scrambled eggs?

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    apart from omlettes having everything left over in it!

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    4 egg whites
    1/4 cup shredded low fat cheddar
    1/4 mango salsa, pico de gallo, etc.
    1/2 a small avacado diced
    1tbsp olive oil

    Heat oil, add salsa for a few seconds, toss in the egg whites.. cook, cover with cheese and toss it on a piece of whole wheat toast.. awesome breakfast.. and its easy as hell to make..

    You can add prosciuto, soyrizo, or whatever you want to it to add more cals/protein ..etc..

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    i just boil them and put them into whatever i am eating

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