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    Interesting--eggs 'poached' in cream?? I'll have to try that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oceanlogic View Post
    Try this egg recipe from my home country....


    1. in a sauce pan melt a bit of butter.


    2. add a little cream and salt wait till it thickens and bubbles. (very important!!)


    3. then 2 eggs or 3....scramble/stir until creamy.


    If it is not 100% delicious then it was made wrong......


    Let me know and I will post a video....there is an art to it......
    Sounds tasty I sometimes put cream in scrambled eggs (regular cream or crème fraiche, both work well) but I put it in last, after the eggs are done, does it work better when you put the cream in before the eggs?

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    ill definately try that egg thingy - putting the cream in the pan first is something new to me.

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    Wait - Green Monster as in the energy drink? God, I used to love that stuff.

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    Baker--green monster is just my name for the spinach-based shake!

    This is what I ate yesterday:

    B: IF
    S: coffee & creme
    L: BAS--romaine, spinach, carrots, tomato, cucumber, olives, artichokes, 3 pieces bacon, 2 hb eggs, olive oil vinaigrette
    D: beef brisket, pulled pork & broccoli at Smokey Bones
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    Your'e overdoing your carbs, simple as that. For example, I would never dream of having 2 muffins for dinner. One muffin alone could be about 400 calories- so you are ingesting a possible 700-1000 calories right there of empty, nutrient lacking calories. And why applesauce- why not just an apple?

    If you are not into fasting- which I understand- that's a hard thing for some to agree with- that's fine. You don't have to go hungry. But your choices in foods could be much better as far as substituting some of that very unnecessary stuff.

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    Actually these days I would never dream of having 2 muffins, period! LOL

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    Sharon--I've done a tiny bit of IF'ing in the past and am planning on stepping it up in that department. And I ate the applesauce b/c I had a bunch of apples that were about to go bad, so I chopped them up and cooked them on the stove with some vanilla & cinnamon. And just fyi--these were the ingredients from my muffins: almond flour, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, honey, bananas, eggs, coconut oil.

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    That's cool- I envisioned the kind of muffins you get from 711. LOL

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    i find milk that isn't full fat impossible to digest. not only that, but nutritionally worthless.. not to sound like a jerk! it's kind of a waste of calories, and i believe it even has carb content. give it away and get yourself some good stuff! you're worth it! my diet is far from perfect, but it sounds like with a little refining, you're well on your way to a great one!

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