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  • Originally posted by Sandra in BC View Post

    He said, "do Oreos have wheat in them?"
    GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!

    All face-desking aside, though, I can kinda see how people would be confused, since junk foods are all ultra-processed and dyed and formed into shapes and bullshit, so it can be easy to forget where the hell it comes from.

    I used to try and impart on my (college intro biology) students about how all the energy in food comes from photosynthesis, and I found that I had to start by explaining that even the components of foods like pizza and cookies originally come from natural sources (or at least, ideally). Their faces would often scrunch up as they wrapped their brains around that one.
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    • OMG.... I must have been living under a rock and did not know this until today....

      "IHOP does put pancake batter in their scrambled eggs/omelets"

      Why oh why do they have to do that to the eggs... all those people that think they are just eating an egg!
      It makes me sad that people are trying hard to do the right thing but failing because they have the wrong information.
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      • Originally posted by chumbert View Post
        OMG.... I must have been living under a rock and did not know this until today....

        "IHOP does put pancake batter in their scrambled eggs/omelets"

        Why oh why do they have to do that to the eggs... all those people that think they are just eating an egg!
        If I remember correctly it's something about "airy, fluffier omelets!"
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        • I've quit telling people how I lost all the weight. They don't want to hear it, they don't want to try it and they don't want to believe you can live without grain and sugar.

          So now when someone asks I just say, "Oh you know... diet pills and laxatives!"

          Then I smile and walk away - ha ha!
          It makes me sad that people are trying hard to do the right thing but failing because they have the wrong information.
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          • Originally posted by drssgchic View Post
            If I remember correctly it's something about "airy, fluffier omelets!"
            I haven't eaten at IHOP in a long time, but I do get stuck at other breakfast restaurants at times. Now I will be afraid to order an omelet!
            It makes me sad that people are trying hard to do the right thing but failing because they have the wrong information.
            Without question, bacon is the most interesting meat in the world, and if it were capable of original thought, we wouldn't even be having an election this November in America. We would simply appoint bacon as our forever leader and live dutifully under its rule.

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            • I had a guy, a very dear friend, who not only knows how I've gotten tinier but eats that way on our Science! With Food! Nights ask me how much wheat he could get away with eating "my way."
              My prompt answer was "20% of the time, but I'd recommend none at all."
              "Oh. I was hoping for something like 'every other meal.'"
              "[SWG], how often do you see me eat wheat?"
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              • Originally posted by chumbert View Post
                I haven't eaten at IHOP in a long time, but I do get stuck at other breakfast restaurants at times. Now I will be afraid to order an omelet!
                Even at IHOP, you can request it be made with just eggs.
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                • Originally posted by Twibble View Post
                  Even at IHOP, you can request it be made with just eggs.
                  I wouldn't want them to fry it in that disgusting industrial-grade soybean oil though.
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                  • Originally posted by sakura_girl View Post
                    I wouldn't want them to fry it in that disgusting industrial-grade soybean oil though.
                    If you're really worried, you can order poached eggs instead--no oil involved. But really, for the rare times that I eat breakfast at a place like that, I accept that my food might come into contact with industrial oils and consider that a 20% thing.
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                    • Originally posted by chumbert View Post
                      So now when someone asks I just say, "Oh you know... diet pills and laxatives!"
                      ...and chronic cardio and cigarettes...
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                      • Originally posted by drssgchic View Post
                        If I remember correctly it's something about "airy, fluffier omelets!"
                        What the heck? I regularly make omelets in the morning and they end up almost airier/fluffier than physically possible. I just crack the eggs in the pan with the grease, scramble them up with the end of the spatula, turn the heat on high, and then put the lid on the pan (already hot from cooking bacon). Then walk away, and come back in a couple minutes. I am not joking when I say that shit ends up like an inch thick. Seriously, it rises up an inch off the pan and forms some kind of airy egg spongecake. It's just eggs, with nothing in it (well, just himalayan salt).

                        Does IHOP somehow not know how to do this? Have I just stumbled onto some sort of incredible ancient egg-knowledge? You just turn the heat up real high and put a hot lid on it.... The end.
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                        • Originally posted by Gravyboat View Post
                          What the heck? I regularly make omelets in the morning and they end up almost airier/fluffier than physically possible. I just crack the eggs in the pan with the grease, scramble them up with the end of the spatula, turn the heat on high, and then put the lid on the pan (already hot from cooking bacon). Then walk away, and come back in a couple minutes. I am not joking when I say that shit ends up like an inch thick. Seriously, it rises up an inch off the pan and forms some kind of airy egg spongecake. It's just eggs, with nothing in it (well, just himalayan salt).

                          Does IHOP somehow not know how to do this? Have I just stumbled onto some sort of incredible ancient egg-knowledge? You just turn the heat up real high and put a hot lid on it.... The end.
                          I scramble my eggs in a bowl and add a little pour of heavy cream, then pour it into the pan on med-high heat. Works a charm.
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                          • Originally posted by Corvidae View Post
                            I scramble my eggs in a bowl and add a little pour of heavy cream, then pour it into the pan on med-high heat. Works a charm.
                            Ditto!
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                            • I'd add cream to mine, but I don't deal too well with dairy, I've found. Which is both surprising and a shame. I used to drink a couple gallons of milk a week. I'd keep the jug on my desk and just drink from it. Now it upsets my stomach even having cream in my coffee.

                              It's ok, though. I whip my eggs in the pan with all that coconut oil and bacon grease until the eggs are full of all that delicious fat. When I slide the finished eggs onto my plate, there's no more oil in the pan. It's all going into my mouth!

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                              • you guys, i could be wrong, but i think Ihop is in the business of deliciousness and not healthiness
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