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    I'm planning on making some oopsie rolls this weekend and I was looking for recipes/ideas on what to do with the excess egg yolks. I know it's only three egg yolks but the idea of just chucking them seems so wasteful! So do you all have any ideas?


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    Whenever I have excess egg yolks I just fry them up in some bacon grease and eat 'em up! Or I'll just toss them in my next omelette.


    They are also good for homemade caesar dressing.

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    Mayonnaise (with olive oil) or, even better, Baconaise with rendered fat. Really easy to do with a blender or food processor. Really rewarding to do at home with just a fork and a plate if you've got the time.


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    Just fry them and eat them!

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    if you really decide not to eat them, give the shells and the yolks to your dog(s) if you have any.


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    Sadly, alas, only cats. One day I&#39;ll have a dog but Mr. Kam doesn&#39;t like &#39;em.


    I&#39;ve been saving the excess bacon fat for baconaise, though. I didn&#39;t realize that it used only egg yolks, I thought it used the whole egg. (Speaking of, does anyone know why it specifically has to be DIJON dressing to make the mayo? Does it have to be or will regular mustard work?)


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    It doesn&#39;t have to be Dijon. You don&#39;t even need mustard to make a mayo.

    By the way, if eggs are organic and local, just mix them with your smoothie and drink it raw. Or make a soufflé with a mashed banana.


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    Choco, the absence of mustard at home was the only thing that was stopping me from making Mayo at home (I threw away the French&#39;s you see). Thanks to you, not any more. Might even try it tonight.


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    Again, Choco, you&#39;re my hero!


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    what the hey is an oopsie roll?


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