I use an omlette maker to cook my eggs, and I can do just about any type that could be made in a frying pan. The reason I choose to use an omlette maker, is not due to a fear of "fats" during the frying, but rather because I don't want to rely on refined/processed oils or butter. I've been wondering lately, is it worth revisiting the frying pan for cooking eggs, and if so, what fats are best? Can high quality, "virgin" oils be used in a high heat setting like a frying pan? How do you get the most out of your eggs, while using the most natural fats possible?
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How do you cook eggs?