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Old 03-10-2016, 10:47 AM   #141
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Eat eggs if pregnant.
Daily Mail today recommends it.
Good for the baby apparently.....
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-s-health.html
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Old 03-10-2016, 02:10 PM   #142
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Eat eggs if pregnant.
Daily Mail today recommends it.
Good for the baby apparently.....
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-s-health.html
...unless you're a chicken, of course. Ta ha. That's enough. It isn't that funny.

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Old 03-10-2016, 03:17 PM   #143
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Cod roe and chips must add hundreds of eggs ot the dialy diet
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Old 03-10-2016, 03:27 PM   #144
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Eat eggs if pregnant.
Daily Mail today recommends it.
Good for the baby apparently.....
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-s-health.html
Wow that's some propaganda there. Sure pregnant women need choline, but they don't need eggs. Brussels sprouts are also a high source of it.
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Old 03-10-2016, 03:47 PM   #145
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Cod roe and chips must add hundreds of eggs ot the dialy diet
Is cod roe the most disgusting food ever?
I had battered roe and chips from the chippie as an experiment a few weeks ago.
Chips were good, cat ate the cod roe.
It was vile.
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Old 03-10-2016, 04:03 PM   #146
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Is cod roe the most disgusting food ever?
I had battered roe and chips from the chippie as an experiment a few weeks ago.
Chips were good, cat ate the cod roe.
It was vile.
You ever had Wessen ? Cow's udder ? Lamb's Fry (that's bollocks - literally) ? Remember mamma once eating a plate of pig trachea. All high in protein, cheap as chips from Huddersfield offal market. Quite nutritious. Quite economical. Quite gross.

Indeed, if you watch up close at John Hurt's first facial encounter with the hatching Alien Egg on the Ridley Scott film, the steaming, gelatinous membrane special effect was achieved by use of "Nottinghamshire Lace" - a tripe delicacy.

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Old 03-10-2016, 04:20 PM   #147
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You ever had Wessen ? Cow's udder ? Lamb's Fry (that's bollocks - literally) ? Remember mamma once eating a plate of pig trachea. All high in protein, cheap as chips from Huddersfield offal market. Quite nutritious. Quite economical. Quite gross.

Indeed, if you watch up close at John Hurt's first facial encounter with the hatching Alien Egg on the Ridley Scott film, the steaming, gelatinous membrane special effect was achieved by use of "Nottinghamshire Lace" - a tripe delicacy.
Tripe and offal were staples where I grew up but we never had them at home.
Fish n Chicken we got but no '4-legs' meat so I've never really developed a taste for it.
In Lancashire they had UCP Restaurants UCP = United Cattle Products.
UCP shop downstairs serving fresh tripe and offal with the restaurant upstairs serving cooked variations of tripe.
We used to go in as teenagers because they would serve you really good ice cream floats without you having to order a meal and they seldom threw us out very fast unless they were totes busy so you could make one last two hours and more.

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Old 03-10-2016, 10:13 PM   #148
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Old 03-10-2016, 10:32 PM   #149
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hi, just wanted some opinions on this. ive been eating 6 boiled eggs per day for the last 3 weeks ( got a PT ) 2 eggs every 3 hours. is this ok? my digestion isn't the best i must admit since consuming this amount of eggs. should i be concerned? i have googled this obviously.. just wanted some reviews on people who eat this amount or more!
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When i was younger i would eat 6 raw eggs a day when i was training with weights, swimming and boxing... i don't know if they did me any good, i don't think they did me any harm - i have read mixed thoughts on the benefits of eating raw eggs, but i have always been able to burn with a fast metabolism.

I thend to eat eggs rarely now, but i sometimes have 4 a day - but more often just two, though perhaps only afew times a month.
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Old 03-10-2016, 10:36 PM   #150
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Old 06-11-2016, 05:54 PM   #151
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Anybody tried Century Egg? It looks gross but I'm curious...

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Old 11-12-2016, 02:13 PM   #152
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Default Best Egg Sandwich Ever - FOODPORN WARNING!

Forget pornography. Foodporn is the next trend.
This chanel is full of it.

Climax is @8 mins if you can't be bothered with....
In London that will probably sell at £11.95 in restaurants and £7.50 @market stall.

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Old 11-12-2016, 02:18 PM   #153
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To be politically correct, we must include vegans in this thread.

I saw vegan egg in a shop the other day.
It made me think what is the point....but here it is.


http://www.preparedfoods.com/article...e-egg-replacer
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Old 28-12-2016, 12:18 AM   #154
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Brown Eggs an essay by J.B. Priestley

Let us make a modest start - as I do four mornings out of five - with eggs. Now here in England, most of us, all ages, prefer brown eggs to white eggs. In America, brown eggs are despised, sold off cheaply, perhaps sometimes thrown away. Can any sense be made of this queer difference in taste ? I believe it can. But will it take us anywhere ? Yes I believe it will. Not only that - behavioral sciences please note- it will move us at once from the visible world of white eggs and brown eggs into the vast invisible realm where our lives are shaped.

We English prefer brown eggs because they seem to us to have a reliable look of rusticity. They are closer to Nature and appear to promise us a richer, more sustaining interior. A brown egg, we feel, has come to us, magically perhaps, straight out of the ancient pastoral world. Unlike the white egg, it has escaped factory farming, machines and mass production, higher productivity. It belongs to the enduring dream of the English, who ever since the Industrial Revolution have created wretched towns chiefly because they never really accepted urban life, always hoping to move, sooner or later, into the country, with some splendid free range fowls just down the road, none of your deprived and pallid prisoners of the battery, desperately ridding themselves of smaller and smaller white eggs; and then every morning a big brown egg. Any public man in England who does not understand this cannot understand the English and should retire from public life - into the country.

The Americans, well outside the ghettoes, despise brown eggs just because they do seem closer to Nature. White eggs are much better, especially if they are given to precious children, because their very whiteness suggests hygiene and purity, for which Americans have a passion which we English do not share. It is as if nature, after being taught some hard lessons, had to be forced to attempt some progressive hygienic packaging with that white shell.

It is a mistake - and one that is all too common - to accuse Americans of being materialistic. They are far less so than, for example, the Chinese and the French, the best cooks in the world. The weakness of American civilization , and perhaps the chief reason why it creates so much discontent, is that it is so curiously abstract. It is a bloodless extrapolation of a satisfying life. For all those thick steaks and gammon rashers, all that scotch and bourbon, a melancholy enchantment seems to turn it into statistics and mere images of good living. You dine off the advertiser's 'sizzling' and not of the meat of the steak. Sex is discovered in manuals and not in a bed. And as soon as a guaranteed egg-substitute has been packaged and marketed, from a huge factory in New Jersey called 'Old Mother Giles', then real white eggs will be even more sharply despised than brown ones now.


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Old 15-01-2017, 09:50 PM   #155
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Don't you feel heavy in your stomach when eating that much? @[email protected] I do!
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Old 16-05-2017, 05:37 PM   #156
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In case if you ever get hold of an emu egg....

Emu Egg Recipe
You'll need a hatchet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEw93K92MG4
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Old 17-05-2017, 12:21 PM   #157
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Eggs was the last thing I dropped after I gave up meat and dairy. Then I started detecting my parasite issue and find I don't feel like drinking alcohol as much.

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Old 06-06-2017, 03:13 PM   #158
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Don't eat them anymore and my tummy appreciates that.
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Old 06-06-2017, 03:35 PM   #159
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They're still the one and only food on this planet that makes me puke ever since I was born. Dunno why ...though looking at post #157 it's probably as well.

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Old 06-06-2017, 03:36 PM   #160
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Does anyone know if the free range chickens are allowed out now?
They were put in the coops for the outbreak ( or so it said on the labels)

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