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I have read that eating them runny keeps the biotin in tact.  I think that's what it is.  But then I think I've read that eating them runny is unsafe.  I never really thought about it much until about a month ago when I noticed these things.  I do believer Dr.D's info says to cook them, in the swami.

I myself eat them both ways, but am wanting to get everyone's opinion or theories on this.   Thank you in advance for your thoughts.  


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Runny yolks are fine but not the whites... I personally will not eat them raw, but i would runny.. what i do is sunrise up or whatever lol. the whites will be cooked and the yolks will be heated but still kinda runny


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I like practically raw yolks as long as the white is cooked.  I never buy store-bought eggs, though; they scare me


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From a safety perspective, I don't like to eat raw or undercooked whites, but I don't mind eating runny egg yolks (like a sauce for  the whites) sometimes, although there are times when I want cooked yolks in the recipe.

I won't eat completely raw yolks, primarly because I don't know how to cook the white without at least warming up the yolk.


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Quoted from ruthiegirl
From a safety perspective, I don't like to eat raw or undercooked whites, but I don't mind eating runny egg yolks (like a sauce for  the whites) sometimes, although there are times when I want cooked yolks in the recipe.

I won't eat completely raw yolks, primarly because I don't know how to cook the white without at least warming up the yolk.


ditto never raw whites but runny egg yolks are fine.

Look for safe sources- like free range/pastured organic hens from small scale farms
- the change of getting salmonella from theese are far smaller than caged animals.


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I like them "over easy", cooked whites and runny yolks.
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I agree with O in Virginia.  

Runny whites make me nauseous.


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runny whites I do not like, hard cooked yolks, I simply cannot eat


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Runny yolks but not raw yolks, and really well cooked whites. I do this by heating up a small cast iron frying pan, adding ghee, then the eggs. I cook one side well, then flip and turn off the heat (gas stove). Perfect almost every time.


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My dad used to poke a hole in an egg and just suck it back. Don't know if he still does that.
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I like my yolks runny too.  I also find that a cast iron skillet is the best way to cook an egg.  I have a harder time with my Stainless Steel pans.  It's just too hot or something.  Maybe I just haven't figured out the right temperature to use with them.


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Agree with runny yokes, cooked whites, cast iron pan, do the "flip" and let them finish.

JJR, I have never had success cooking eggs in a stainless steel pan and I have some pretty good skillets. They always stick. Cast iron is the way to go.


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I agree on the runny or soft yolks...I understand they are healthier that way.


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I'm not sure about healthier that way- just that they're safe to eat that way, and if I'm making fried eggs (just eggs, by themselves) I make them over-easy and eat them in a bowl with a spoon.  Most of the time, though, I eat my eggs baked into quiches or kugels, hard boiled and made into egg salad or devilled eggs, or I sautee veggies and add a couple of eggs to the mix. I don't eat plain eggs all that often, so I have my eggs cooked all the way though more often than not.


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Me, too, Ruthie.  I don't often have them fried because I usually do a veggie/egg scramble.  But when I do have them fried with runny yolks it's usually because I am particularly craving them that way.  But then I can't have any toast to mop up the yolk with.  
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Which is why I eat them in a bowl with a spoon when I have fried eggs! I started doing that in my low-carb days.


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