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    2-4.


    The other day at the commissary (grocery store on military base)I had in my cart 3 dozen eggs, four packs of bacon, lots of produce, and nothing else. This woman in line behind me (weighing in at at least 200 lb, way shorter than me at 5'10", 140) and she asked how long it would take my family to get through THAT MANY eggs. I said maybe a week at the most. She acted so disgusted and asked aren't I worried about all the cholesterol and fat in that many eggs? I couldn't think of a good response as I was caught totally off guard at her nosiness. But in her cart, I kid you not, was tons of white bread, Honeycomb cereal, frozen pizza, etc. Seriously.


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    Now THIS makes me feel like a n00b... I've been having two eggs per day this week.


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    Eek! poundcake, what a cheeky woman! Clearly, irony is not her strong suit....


    I am a little behind on the egg consumption, but I'm upping it slowly. 2 eggs every other day, but plan on getting more in now!


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    Do you guys consider eggs superior to meat?

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    2-6, depends.


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    I have 3-6 eggs a day, usually prepared omelet style or sunny side up. I tend to melt some goat or sheeps milk cheese (sometimes fresh grated parm too) over them and top with hot sauce.


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    Usually 4 with my breakfast, maybe a few more later. Generally fried, soft yolk, but sometimes scrambled, boiled, or omelette.


    Even high quality free range eggs are cheap in comparison to meat, and give a lot of nutritional "bang for your buck": protein, fat, cholesterol, vitamins. I think that&#39;s partly why they&#39;re so popular.


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    1-2 it&#39;s been a long time since i&#39;ve eaten the whole egg (yolk included) so my body is adjusting to this. i get a bit bloaty if i have 3 eggs. but i&#39;m easing into it


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    2-4 but I&#39;m increasing this next week. I need to eat more fat.


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    I don&#39;t consider it superior to meat but it&#39;s a quick and easy breakfast... 6 eggs scrambled... butter on the pan.


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