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is it more beneficial for hunters, to eat the chicken-eggs raw or cooked ?

                                    


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At one point years ago, Dr. D. said something to the effect that because of the possibility of bacteria in eggs, that any benefit of eating eggs raw was more than defeated by the possible infectious agent.  I don't have the exact quote, though...


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I wouldn't eat raw eggs unless I could vouch for their freshness and the health of the chickens who laid them. Grocery store eggs need to be cooked before eating. Farm-fresh eggs where the chickens all have names and are pecking around the yard? Eat them however you prefer.


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so long as yolks are still soft/runny, this is easiest to digest I think.  However, I do love an omelette sometimes! If one has a healthy intestinal flora, a raw egg may be ok, depends on where egg came from/production method, etc.
One writer of health books, said the cooked egg white clogs up the system - he used raw yolks mixed with orange juice and honey (oj and honey not best for 'hunters' though), I don't know for sure, so I'd have them poached, soft boiled or a quick cooked omelette! with some greens/herbs/onion/dash of cayenne pepper if possible.
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