2/11/2005 1:24am, #11
You know, I officially converted to "organic" milk not long ago, but have yet to make the move to eggs.
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2/11/2005 1:54am, #12
It's worth the move. The eggs are harder to crack open, though. :D
Try to shoot for Omega-3 eggs. They give the chickens flaxseed in their feed, so the eggs have it just the same as fish and the seed itself. Very good for you. :D
2/11/2005 2:20am, #13Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAN
Dietary cholestorol != blood cholestorol. Don't throw away the best part.
2/11/2005 2:46am, #14
When I want organic eggs, I go out to the chicken coop and grab one from under the ass of the chicken that recently laid it. No, I'm really not kidding. Similar story for organic milk, but I go to the neighbor's, or my one of my friend's if I want goat's milk. Goat's milk has a fuller flavor, and as long as the doe isn't getting close to the end of her milking cycle thing, or you don't get the colostrum/first week of milk ( can we say EWW? ) and it's drunk before it's a week old, it has none of the nasty goaty taste. But I digress.
Aren't fertilized eggs supposed to be slightly lower in cholesterol, or something to that power?
Good for you, though, dude. The only time I don't eat the yolk is when I'm eating a plain hard boiled egg. I abhor the texture of hardboiled egg yolks.
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2/11/2005 3:21am, #15
No, it's true what they tell you. Much like mayonaisse and hollandaise, every dish made with raw egg tastes exactly like snot and will kill you instantly.
Yes, real mayonaisse and hollandaise have raw egg in them. look it up! The drink I describe used to be called an 'orange julius' and it was sold all over the united states (the store kind has sugar and vanilla in it also), then there was the salmonella scare.
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2/11/2005 6:10am, #16
Budd Shi Dist is right. Dietary cholesterol only plays a very small role in the amount of blood cholesterol you have. The main dietary variable that affects your blood cholesterol is the amount of saturated fat you eat. Not sure the exact mechanism, but eating more saturated fat stimulates your body to produce more cholesterol. At least, so the RDs tell me.Click To Get My Free Training Newsletter... Do It NOW!
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2/11/2005 9:14am, #17
You forgot about Aioli's too Xango ;-)
2/11/2005 12:25pm, #18
I forgot about a few things, ElvisSuperman. Raw egg is nummy.I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
2/11/2005 12:36pm, #19Originally Posted by Budd Shi DistOriginally Posted by AkiraMusashi
But on a sidenote eggs certainly are perceived alot worse than they really are.
2/11/2005 12:53pm, #20
Save the yolks for delicious sauces and desserts!
Ah, well. I can't be the only bullshidoka whose athletic sensibilities war with his culinary ones.I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn