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    Scrambled eggs bad??!!

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    Why is a scrambled egg unsafe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceangrl View Post
    Why is a scrambled egg unsafe?

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    New one for me and I will continue to eat scrambled eggs.

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    I don't know about it. Might be a slight problem if you cook them too dry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedonist2 View Post
    I don't know about it. Might be a slight problem if you cook them too dry.
    Too dry? As in over cooked? Who would do that on purpose?

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    Scrambled eggs bad??!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hedonist2 View Post
    I don't know about it. Might be a slight problem if you cook them too dry.
    Can't remember where (possibly Donna Gates Body Ecology) I read a warning about overcooking eggs and the suggestion to intentionally undercook them in the pan, then slip them into a bowl and cover with a lid for a few minutes so the last bit of cooking is much lower temperature.

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    How much heat do you apply? Scrambled eggs are generally cooked at low temp. I think they're best creamy rather than set anyhow. I can't see a problem unless you're using undue heat
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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
    How much heat do you apply? Scrambled eggs are generally cooked at low temp. I think they're best creamy rather than set anyhow. I can't see a problem unless you're using undue heat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stjimmy12 View Post
    I've been 3-6 scrambled eggs everyday for the past month or two and just found out its unsafe? Can someone please tell me if this is true or not??
    What is the source of the info that says it's unsafe?

    There plenty of info around stating eating eggs, meat and/or fat etc is "unsafe" - but most people here ignore it.

    Is this 'new' info any different?

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