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san j
Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 11:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My wonderful egg this morning had no skin, but...

I remember liking the occasional butter-crust, never found it offensive.


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I'm not as conversant with Nomad as with B values; I just looked up eggs in the Genotype book, and I see where whole chicken eggs are a "diamond" food for both Nomads and Hunters. They're only a neutral for me "as a B"... So, one might say that explains it, right?

(Beef is a diamond for Hunters, too, and a neutral for Nomads (and Bs)...but my INDIVIDUAMI says it's a "diamond".   )

We do have to learn to follow our INDIVIDUAMIs.


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SWAMI instructs me to eat 7 eggs per week, so I eat one per day each morning.  I have tried eggs many ways, but to reduce fat, I am currently boiling them.  I have noticed that some eggs after boiling want to cling onto their shells and do not shell cleanly.  After trying many brands and locally raised eggs, I now purchase Phil's Eggs.  The shell practically falls off.  It also tastes the best of all eggs I've tried.  Here is their website:

http://www.philsfresheggs.com/

Highlights:  

Family-owned
Cage-free
Drug-free
Antibiotic-free
Feed roasted corn/soybeans grown on their own farm
Feed mixed with kelp, wheat, alfalfa, and more
Monitored by Humane Farm Animal Care
Certified Humane

I love Phil's Eggs!  
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Most times I eat an egg, I find myself blissfully humbled
as chef or artist,
bowing to The Master.

There is just no way for skill to arrive at this,
the Prime Number of Food.

"Which came first...?"
I have no doubts.


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I recall an egg recipe that my kids used to love. It is called "Egg in a Nest" and involves taking a slice of bread and punching a hole in the center with the top of a drinking glass. You then put the slice and the plug in a heated pan with a little butter or oil. Then break an egg open into the hole, cook on one side, and then flip over. Very amusing for some reason.





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Quoted from shoulderblade
I recall an egg recipe that my kids used to love. It is called "Egg in a Nest" and involves taking a slice of bread and punching a hole in the center with the top of a drinking glass. You then put the slice and the plug in a heated pan with a little butter or oil. Then break an egg open into the hole, cook on one side, and then flip over. Very amusing for some reason.


I can definitely see children getting a big kick out of that presentation!


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I feel the same way about beef that you feel about eggs.  I love starting the day with about 1/4 lb of sandwich steaks.  That's what gives me that jolt of energy.

I was an egg and toast for breakfast gal for years.  Always beat out cereal.  But now that I'm on the BTD, it's beef  
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