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    What's as good as eggs?

    I don't like eggs very much. Annoying, because they're so handy, so easy, so fast and so Primal. I've been making myself eat them at least a couple of times a week but it's almost like taking medicine - fairly high on the 'yuck' scale.

    Tell me I don't need eggs - that there are other yummy Primal foods that supply the same nutrients & goodies.

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    Brains.
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    And liver for the choline.

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    Are you saying you don't even like hard boiled eggs cut up in a salad?
    You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkadelic Flash View Post
    And liver for the choline.
    Yup and folate. I thought brains had a lot of folate but that's like the one things they don't have. Liver to the rescue!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Caveman View Post
    Are you saying you don't even like hard boiled eggs cut up in a salad?
    That's mostly how I've been eating them but no, I much prefer my salads eggless.

    Love liver & onions! Goody, I'll cook that more often. I've never tried brains, but hell, millions of zombies can't be wrong, I'll have to search out a butcher who sells them. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    That's mostly how I've been eating them but no, I much prefer my salads eggless.

    Love liver & onions! Goody, I'll cook that more often. I've never tried brains, but hell, millions of zombies can't be wrong, I'll have to search out a butcher who sells them. Thanks!

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    If you've been eating them hard-boiled, maybe you could try cooking them a different way? I hate hard-boiled eggs too (texture/taste is just unappealing), but omelettes are fantastic, and there's lots of room for tweaking

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    Frittata. Anyone who is paleo ought to learn how to make frittatas. It's a great way to use egg to deliver lots of other, tastier foods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaish View Post
    Frittata. Anyone who is paleo ought to learn how to make frittatas. It's a great way to use egg to deliver lots of other, tastier foods.
    I make mini frittatas in muffin tins. I just grab one on the way to work. It makes it easier to get veg in there which I wouldn't if I had to take the time to cook them every morning.

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