Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by deznutz, Mar 19, 2005.
I know im not the only one here that eats them....
Too expensive from what I can remember.
Eggs> egg beaters
but so convinent.... i dont know about any of you guys but when i try and seperate the yolk from the whites, i make a huge mess
I just get the 100% egg whites cartons.
Then don't separate the white from the yolk
I never eat just the whites and when I'm home from college, I rock like 6-7 eggs a day for breakfast. It's too damn hard to make eggs in college.
I don't like eggbeaters..they don't *taste* the same and the texture is weird. Real eggs are cheaper too and they're not hard to separate
because im not as hardcore as u
it's just as easy to use your hand
Or the shell, that's how I always do it.
I use only eggwhites dez
Ive never had a problem spliting the whites and yokes. Its not like its rocket science.
i also dont know the reason for separate them....can someone explain this please?
so if im cutting, i should take out the yolk?
Depends, if you're having a 12 or 14 egg omelet or something, I'd leave some of the yolks out personally.
i usually go with 2 yolks to 5 whites.
eggbeaters are a ripoff, go with egg whites international
If you remove the yolk, there's gonna be less fat, as in grams of fat. I didn't say it'd make you less fat.
I just had 7 scrambled eggs with only 2 yolks.
i usually have 6 eggs with 1 yolk if i dont use egg beaters
i guess thats a good thing about still living it at home... i just write it on the grocery list and parents pay for it.
I remember when I first joined this forum and asked about eggbeaters. I got verbally raped and told to eat real eggs.
Since i have been home for spring break my mom has been hassling me about eating eggs everyday. She keeps telling me my cholesterol is going to be really high, and that she wants me to go get it checked when i get home for summer. Is there really a problem with eating 6-7 eggs a day? And should i start seperating the whites/yolks, as i have just been eating the whole egg?