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    Default How do you eat eggs? The non-political egg thread

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    What style, what do you put inside? What else is on the plate? Only for breakfast or any time?
    Organic, free range, soy free, or supermarket eggs? Or from your or local farm? If it's from your own chickens, show us your chickens.

    I'm interested in how you prepare them at home. If you like them soft boiled (or soft steamed), what's your technique?

    Have you ever had Chinese Steamed Egg Custard?

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    I love eggs. Almost any style.

    Personally, I really like a free range, organic egg. Believe me, you can tell the difference in taste. I like them scrambled (I use a little milk in my scrambled eggs), over medium where i can dip buttered toast, hard-boiled, fried hard egg on a sandwich, egg salad, etc.

    Never had that custard, but I love custard.
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    I like eggs many ways. Scrambled soft with cheese. Poached with real buttered rye. I made an Omelette with asparagus and Swiss which was delightful. I've also made an omelette with left over meatballs or sausage with marinara and Parmesan cheese.
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    I like them fried, scrambled, hard boiled; they tend to do a number on my stomach, but I still eat them...
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    I pretty much eat a hard boiled egg every morning for breakfast. I boil it for 8:30, the yolk is still runny and delicious. I usually have mine with an english muffin and peanut butter. Side note: I just found honey peanut butter with pretzel chunks in it. IT. IS. THE. BEST.

    Those eggs that are boiled for 15 minutes and the yolk is all chalky are a disgrace.

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    But that's what hard boiled means. Plus you can't make deviled eggs with a runny yolk. They sound more like soft boiled if the yolk is still runny.
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    I will eat eggs any way they're made.
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    I usually jazz up my eggs like Shellee. If it's an omlette, anything can go on it. At the mo I'm greek salading on top with bell peppers, garlic (to boost my immune system in this effing winter)

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    In the beginning of last year I had problems with my stomach and found out it's egg yolk and everything with gluten. I can tell you honestly I had more problems with not eating eggs than gluten. Long story short I can now eat eggs again but still no gluten.
    I especially love poached eggs and I recently bought a pan for that since I think it's a hassle to make more than one at a time. With the pan, it's the easiest thing you can imagine.
    I have a similar one, but the forms where you put the eggs in are smaller, and you can make six at the same time instead of four.

    I also love omelette with a bit cheese and smoked salmon and spinach. Well, eggs, spinach, smoked salmon and cheese could be what I eat for the rest of my life. And I love to top it with truffle salt! Truffle salt and eggs are a match made in heaven.
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    Fried eggs are my favourite. But I love them boiled and omlettes too. Always use free range.
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    Fried eggs on toast with HP sauce, and if there's also bacon on there all the better. I'll eat quiche too, but not very often, sometimes have egg mayonnaise on a sandwich but I can't remember the last time I had a boiled egg or an omelette.

    I do Bloke a couple of hardboiled eggs every morning and they seem to do wonders for his acid reflux issues. He'll eat them hard or soft boiled but as he usually eats them on the way to work hard boiled is best so he doesn't spend the rest of the day trying to get yolk off his shirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moongirl View Post
    I like them fried, scrambled, hard boiled; they tend to do a number on my stomach, but I still eat them...
    Same here. After 10-15 minutes, it sends me to the bathroom. I've tried to eat them with bread, or fruit, or anything to help not mess up my stomach. I don't think it's an egg allergy since I can eat them in food. It's a mystery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I will eat eggs any way they're made.
    Likewise. Love them. Usually scrambled or omelet-style with cheese, but boiled, deviled, baked, poached, fried. Egg salad too. I've had Scotch Egg too, but didn't like it.
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    I'll eat them as an ingredient in something else, but I don't really like the taste of eggs. If it's the middle of the night, and one of those all night breakfast joints is the only option, then I'll get a cheese omelet and slather it with Tabasco sauce.
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    I'm very big on Spanish omelets, and pepper and egg sandwiches on crusty Italian bread at home. I will order different kinds of omelets when eating out. Scrambled bacon and egg on a roll from the deli is incredible in it's own way.

    I will only eat well done eggs though, it's one of my food quirks.
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