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    Drink raw eggs.

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    yes or no?

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    I do.

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    well, I am going to start. How many a day?

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    why?

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    I probably wouldn't do it with factory eggs; seems like the salmonella/E. coli risk would be too high. Also, eww.
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    jakey, are you asking why do I want to know, or why am I going to start? or both?

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    Yeah, sure. If they are good eggs from range hens I don't even gulp em They taste so good even raw that I "chew" em a bit.

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    Yes. Just had a couple maybe 2 mins ago. But yeah, get good local eggs from chickens on pasture
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakey View Post
    why?
    because cooking oxidizes cholesterol and created heterocyclic amines
    I never know what to put in these things. I write songs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxcarguy07 View Post
    because cooking oxidizes cholesterol and created heterocyclic amines
    i think there's a difference between heating isolated cholesterol in a lab, and cooking a whole food. i cook my fish too, albeit gently, and it's laden with the most unstable fat in nature - omega3.

    to each his own, though!

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