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Old 07-08-2005, 01:01 PM   #1
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Eggs are a staple in any bodybuilders diet. What are some of your favorate recepies?
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Old 07-08-2005, 01:15 PM   #2
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Man, I am goig to hit up all these recipe threads this weekend.

My regs/favs.

Eggs Rule, for a quick PF, scramble up your eggs withh your favorite oil. walnut, peanut, EEVOO, Udos, flax.

Eggs ala leftovers. Scramble up 10 eggs. Set the heat on a 12" pat to High. let the pan heat up. Drop some oil of nocal non stick spray in there, let it smoke some. Drop anything in your fridge in the pan, meatloaf, burger peices, veggies, pizza, rice, anything (withthe exception of sweets). Let whatever you dropped in the pan sizzle for 20 sec while stirring/flipping. toss in the beaten eggs, and continue to fold/scramble eggs in pan for about 1 min, then reduce heat to low to finish the cooking. The eggs will be a medium softness, not hard, and not to soft.

Egg drop. staple in college, get some noodles, or ramen. cook noodles ad directed, use only half the sauce/seasoning packet (its just salt anyway). Crack an egg, and drop it in soup and mix. The egg will coagulate, cover the noodles, and be one hell of a hearty meal.

Quick egg mcgriddle. Use a crab butter dish, or any dish small and size of bagel/bread. drop an edd in the dish and put it in the microwav for 1 in 10 sec. perfecto. Toss it on some bread, but ketchup on it. Trust me.

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i just like to throw cheese on my eggs. american cheese i usually just rip a few pieces up and throw it in scrambled eggs then put it in the pan, i rip up the cheese before so its between the eggs and put it on a piece of bread and theres breakfast. also for the last 2 days (ran out of american cheese) ive been trying to put on some tabasco sauce too, just a little bit to taste though.
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Omelet pepper jack cheese in the center then fold over then add pepper on top also add any meat breakfast sausage, ground beef, or bacon whatever you like.
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Try this as a before training meal, 6 egg whites, 3 yokes, hand full of raisons, 1 teaspoon of glucose powder, cook as an omlet, put on plate & add 2 chopped bananas.
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Eggs Rule, for a quick PF, scramble up your eggs withh your favorite oil. walnut, peanut, EEVOO, Udos, flax.
Don't cook with Udos or flax. They're not cooking oils. Can't handle high heat. Ruins the EFA's. They're supplements only.
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4 egg whites, 1 yolk, little milk and a some ham... perfect
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Old 12-18-2005, 09:12 AM   #8
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I like to make an omellette using 3eggwhites, 1 whole egg, mix together .I chop up buffalo steak into 1/2 " slices to replace ham. U can use wild boar to if u like. whne it's almost done I put a salsa over top. The buffola or wild boar as 99% of wild meats are organic and contain only about .7 gms of fat per 1 oz. The whole omellete is mostly protein, Tastes great .try it.
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Edd white French toast isnt to bad either with a side of ham, orange juice, and a nice protein shake
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I made egg white french toast on 2 pieces of whole wheat-whole grain bread, light butter and little syrup-awesome
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