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Any suggestions for ways to mask the taste of eggs?

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Created January 14, 2012 at 3:15 PM

A little background: my older sister is allergic to dairy and egg, and as of a result I spent my formative years in an egg-and-dairy-free environment (I never got tested; they just assumed that I was allergic as well). I was only discovered to not have allergies around 8 years ago, when I was 10 - by which point the tastes and textures of dairy and eggs were disgusting to me. Because of this I avoided both like the plague, except in products in which I couldn't taste them, such as cakes, breads, puddings, et cetera.

Having made the switch to Paleo a little after Thanksgiving to combat migraines and other health problem (which is going well), I still don't eat dairy but I'm eating loads of eggs. But try as I might, I can't get them down when they're cooked in any way that makes them taste like... well, like cooked eggs.
My main trick is to mix two eggs with some canned pumpkin, a bit of coconut or almond flour, stevia, cinnamon and homemade baking powder, and microwave into a large personal-sized cake. This tastes good, is filling, lets me have the pumpkin that I never otherwise eat, and most importantly tastes absolutely nothing like egg. The problem now is that after over a month of eating this at least once a day (sometimes twice if I need something made quickly), I'm getting really, really sick of it.

So, two questions: Do you have any egg-heavy recipes that don't actually taste like egg?
Would switching to smoothies made with raw egg be a good idea? I don't eat too much fruit so I'm unsure of what I'd put in them.

Thanks for any help.

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Have you ever had locally produced, free range eggs? I used to think I hated the taste of eggs until I had eggs from a friend's backyard chickens. I fry them with grass-fed butter and leave the yolks runny.

The trick is to just post on Facebook asking people in your area if they know anyone who raises chicken for eggs. I've found them for $4/doz, and as low as $10/4 dozen, and that's for organic, local eggs from chickens who eat a natural diet.

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10919 · January 16, 2012 at 4:03 AM

I freeze mine until I have enough to do something with them.

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 10:55 PM

Ahh, interesting! Thanks for that. Can whites be frozen without problem, by any chance?

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 9:25 PM

They didn't have it AGAIN. Finally got myself on a mailing list to be alerted when they have it in stock (which is something you'd have not caught me doing even 2 months ago). It was $4/lb, but still a good price, especially if it goes a long way.

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10919 · January 15, 2012 at 8:17 PM

Raw egg whites have an anti nutrient called avidin that binds to biotin. It is inactivated by cooking. You can save the whites for making paleo macaroons or the occasional omelette.

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 7:15 PM

Yeah, US Wellness and Tropical Traditions look great but I can't justify buying their products when I can get the same things for much cheaper locally. I'm going to the butcher I mentioned (which actually sells a "Paleo Pack", so I guess they know their customers; too expensive for me, though) today and will ask for it again. Thanks for the advice!

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8255 · January 15, 2012 at 6:20 PM

When I am in anti-egg mood, the normal Eggs Benedict does not cover the egg taste or texture for me. I have to *really* drown it in Hollandaise sauce, which becomes it's own problem (it's pretty rich stuff).

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 4:48 PM

Is there a reason why I shouldn't put the whites in a smoothie? Thanks for the suggestions.

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 4:46 PM

Taco meat seams like it'd work. Thanks!

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 4:45 PM

That's a good idea! I've never liked mayo (and wouldn't even know what to put it on) but I don't think I've had hollandaise before. Eggs Benedict are a little advanced for me (even pancakes heavy on the egg are too eggy for me, to give some perspective...), but certainly a goal to have. Thanks for link - some very interesting ideas there.

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2485 · January 15, 2012 at 4:45 PM

If you order it through US Wellness or another vendor that actively serves the paleo community, it's likely more expensive. But at my local health food store I can get it (frozen) for $3 a pound from local producers. A pound goes a long way, since I really only eat a couple of ounces at a time.

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2913 · January 15, 2012 at 7:10 AM

re: hot sauce - that was one of Tobasco's marketing ploys, get your kids to eat scrambled eggs by mixing in Tobasco

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 11:05 PM

I think I can manage something like that, with coconut milk and some berries, maybe? Thanks for the advice.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 10:59 PM

jj, I'm definitely looking into grassfed liver. I live close to an organic butcher and got some local, grassfed beef tongue for quite cheap there but they were actually out of liver when I asked for it. Good to know that it's cheap, though.

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78422 · January 14, 2012 at 9:39 PM

I use some yogurt, cream, or coconut milk, a raw egg, vanilla, banana, mango, or other fruit and some ice for example, then blend it. The fruit adds sweetness. You could also add spice like nutmeg or cinnamon if you want. Sometimes I add whey powder, but not often. Other folks add a bit of nut butter. The sky is the limit- you can become a smoothie 'barista'.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 8:07 PM

Lots of people have been recommending frittatas, so while the idea kind of puts me off, I guess I'm just going to have to load them up with veggies (and bacon, because... bacon) and try it out. I'll see if I can find Sisson's book, because the berry/egg puff pancake sounds right up my alley. Thanks!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 8:04 PM

Fortified orange juice was my main source of calcium for most of my life, sadly, and I hated it. It was only palatable with cereal!

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7660 · January 14, 2012 at 7:51 PM

Thanks for the link, those look awesome!

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7660 · January 14, 2012 at 7:49 PM

Aw, thanks OddBallin! Glad to help. :) Best of luck on your egg journey.

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4632 · January 14, 2012 at 7:22 PM

LOL @ the orange juice and cheerios.. what an odd combo!!

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2485 · January 14, 2012 at 7:16 PM

Eggs are great, but liver is a similar nutritional powerhouse and if you can find it grassfed it's usually cheaper than other meats.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 6:35 PM

(This is more of a cake, by the way.) In a microwave-safe bowl, homogenize two large eggs, 2 tbsp of coconut flour or almond flour (with the latter you'll have to nuke it longer, as it absorbs less moisture), 1/2 cup pumpkin puree, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, stevia to taste (I use 2-4 scoops of "Kal", but it's stronger than other brands), 1/2 tsp of baking powder & splash of water. Sometimes I add vanilla, but it doesn't need it. Microwave for 5-6 mins or until the edges separate from the bowl and the middle is firm. I usually stick it in the freezer for a bit to cool off.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 6:31 PM

Ha, that reminds me of when I hated orange juice and hated Cheerios, but could eat bowls at a time of the two mixed together! Yes, though it depends on your tastes. I'll post it in another comment in a minute.

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4632 · January 14, 2012 at 6:10 PM

It would be funny if this were the way to overcome liking both of them! If not honey, maybe maple syrup? The honey had a nice way of clinging to the eggs. Do you have an exact recipe for your pumpkin custard or do you just kind of wing it?

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:32 PM

I'm not a huge fan of honey (I know, I suck at this game), but it does seem to be that I can take eggs when they're masked with sweetness, so I'll try something like that out. Thanks!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:29 PM

As mentioned above, the main reason I eat them is affordability - otherwise, I'd probably never touch them again. And I have eaten them before - since being told I wasn't allergic, I've tried several times, maybe about once a year, to eat them the way they're most commonly prepared. Couldn't do it. But I'm going to keep trying. :)

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:24 PM

Thanks for the ideas, Karen! I do need to try to expand my horizons a bit, and hopefully the taste will start to grow on me. As I said above, though, it's more a factor of cost over feeling as though it's necessary in my diet in general. :) PS: I love your blog, and will have to try your Big Ass Pancake.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:17 PM

I don't eat cheese, but could I replace that with more veggies? Shredded carrots, perhaps? Thanks!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:15 PM

Can you expand on the smoothie thing? I genuinely don't know what to put in them, but now that I think about it I did enjoy french toast back in the day, despite the egg (I really am very sensitive to its taste), and I think it was the sweet-vanilla factor that did it for me. Thanks!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:11 PM

Because I can't afford to eat meat as much as I'd like to... That and from what I've read about eggs, they're a good thing to have in one's diet. Whether they're interesting or not is kind of immaterial, haha.

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1022 · January 14, 2012 at 4:27 PM

haha, was not quick enough with the Frittata :D

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8933 · January 14, 2012 at 3:59 PM

Sorry for not giving you a decent answer, but why do you really need eggs? They're not that interesting...

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2485 · January 14, 2012 at 7:12 PM

I have the same problem. I have digestive issues with chicken eggs, and can only eat a little bit of them mixed into things. But I recently discovered that I can eat duck eggs, however after a lifetime of not eating them I'm grossed out by the texture.

Sometimes I do a large frittata with lots of veggies and eat wedges of it for breakfast all week. Or I'll do the berry/egg puff pancake from Sisson's Quick & Easy cookbook. Or I'll just eat them as part of a paleo meatloaf or meatballs

Lately I've been making these: http://freshhabits.blogspot.com/2012/01/sweet-potato-puffs.html Which are pretty similar to your microwave pumpkin cake, just with sweet potato and fried instead of microwaved.

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7660 · January 14, 2012 at 7:51 PM

Thanks for the link, those look awesome!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 8:07 PM

Lots of people have been recommending frittatas, so while the idea kind of puts me off, I guess I'm just going to have to load them up with veggies (and bacon, because... bacon) and try it out. I'll see if I can find Sisson's book, because the berry/egg puff pancake sounds right up my alley. Thanks!

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4632 · January 14, 2012 at 4:29 PM

I don't know if this totally removes the taste of eggs, but as a kid, I hated the smell and taste of scrambled eggs so my parents put raw honey on mine and I loved it. It is really unique and really tasty - not sure if you'd be interested in trying it, I haven't had it in years but I am considering trying it again since it was a mainstay as a kid and I have a very nostalgic memory of it. Funnier yet was that I was in love with sardines and pickles at that same age. Weird kid palates..

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 6:35 PM

(This is more of a cake, by the way.) In a microwave-safe bowl, homogenize two large eggs, 2 tbsp of coconut flour or almond flour (with the latter you'll have to nuke it longer, as it absorbs less moisture), 1/2 cup pumpkin puree, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, stevia to taste (I use 2-4 scoops of "Kal", but it's stronger than other brands), 1/2 tsp of baking powder & splash of water. Sometimes I add vanilla, but it doesn't need it. Microwave for 5-6 mins or until the edges separate from the bowl and the middle is firm. I usually stick it in the freezer for a bit to cool off.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:32 PM

I'm not a huge fan of honey (I know, I suck at this game), but it does seem to be that I can take eggs when they're masked with sweetness, so I'll try something like that out. Thanks!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 6:31 PM

Ha, that reminds me of when I hated orange juice and hated Cheerios, but could eat bowls at a time of the two mixed together! Yes, though it depends on your tastes. I'll post it in another comment in a minute.

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4632 · January 14, 2012 at 7:22 PM

LOL @ the orange juice and cheerios.. what an odd combo!!

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4632 · January 14, 2012 at 6:10 PM

It would be funny if this were the way to overcome liking both of them! If not honey, maybe maple syrup? The honey had a nice way of clinging to the eggs. Do you have an exact recipe for your pumpkin custard or do you just kind of wing it?

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 8:04 PM

Fortified orange juice was my main source of calcium for most of my life, sadly, and I hated it. It was only palatable with cereal!

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2913 · January 15, 2012 at 7:28 AM

There's also the sauces that use egg as an emulsifier - mayonnaise and Hollandaise are both classics - add parsley, chive, lemon juice, and mustard to the mayonnaise to create Remoulade sauce for seafood, add herbs to the Hollandaise for B??arnaise sauce for steaks

Don't know if Eggs Benedict would work, if the Canadian bacon and Hollandaise would be enough to cover the poached egg for you

And, if you're lucky, you may find a way to cook eggs as eggs that you may like (fried, scrambled, omelette, shirred, hard-boiled, poached) - I found asparagus absolutely revolting growing up, wasn't til I had them in an Italian restaurant I found out that there was something other than served cold, overcooked, and covered in mayo ...

There's a legend that the elite chef's hat had a 100 folds representing each of the ways they knew how to cook an egg: http://www.endlesssimmer.com/2009/04/16/100-ways-to-crack-an-egg/

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 4:45 PM

That's a good idea! I've never liked mayo (and wouldn't even know what to put it on) but I don't think I've had hollandaise before. Eggs Benedict are a little advanced for me (even pancakes heavy on the egg are too eggy for me, to give some perspective...), but certainly a goal to have. Thanks for link - some very interesting ideas there.

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8255 · January 15, 2012 at 6:20 PM

When I am in anti-egg mood, the normal Eggs Benedict does not cover the egg taste or texture for me. I have to *really* drown it in Hollandaise sauce, which becomes it's own problem (it's pretty rich stuff).

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8255 · January 15, 2012 at 6:01 AM

I go through cycles like that where I just don't want the taste of eggs. At times like that, I drown it in chili (chili omlette) or taco meat. Both have strong flavors that kill the egg taste. Texturewise, you might still have a problem with the taco meat though.

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 4:46 PM

Taco meat seams like it'd work. Thanks!

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10919 · January 15, 2012 at 5:49 AM

You could use a similar nix to what you're already using and make crepes or pancakes. Or just crack the raw yolks into a smoothie. Or stir the whole egg in to broth to make soup.

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 4:48 PM

Is there a reason why I shouldn't put the whites in a smoothie? Thanks for the suggestions.

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10919 · January 15, 2012 at 8:17 PM

Raw egg whites have an anti nutrient called avidin that binds to biotin. It is inactivated by cooking. You can save the whites for making paleo macaroons or the occasional omelette.

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1061 · January 15, 2012 at 10:55 PM

Ahh, interesting! Thanks for that. Can whites be frozen without problem, by any chance?

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10919 · January 16, 2012 at 4:03 AM

I freeze mine until I have enough to do something with them.

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1022 · January 14, 2012 at 4:26 PM

Frittata. Best easy meal ever. Just swirl 5,6 eggs with spices and some heavy cream together , throw it over various veggies, bacon, meat, fish, or whatever you like. 40 minutes in the oven!

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37187 · January 14, 2012 at 4:23 PM

Eggs are great for those who love them. If you don't like them, you are free to avoid them as not for you. However, they deserve a fair trial of different recipes if you haven't eaten them before. Before I started ancestral eating I had never tried fennel or rutabaga and they are now 2 of my favorites.

If you choose to see if you can become acclimated to the taste of eggs, there are many dishes in which I can't taste the eggs. Select foods you like that have enough flavor to overpower the eggs--my favorite "partner" food is asparagus. I may still taste the eggs but mostly I taste the asparagus particularly if I also add salsa.

You could try just using an egg white in your smoothie at first and then do a separate taste with yolk.

One suggestion: don't give up after one or two trials if this is something you want to do. I've noticed it's the 3rd or 4th tasting of a given food that determines whether I'm going to like it. Also, eating/drinking probiotic foods have allowed me to enjoy more foods as things that used to taste bad now taste good.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:29 PM

As mentioned above, the main reason I eat them is affordability - otherwise, I'd probably never touch them again. And I have eaten them before - since being told I wasn't allergic, I've tried several times, maybe about once a year, to eat them the way they're most commonly prepared. Couldn't do it. But I'm going to keep trying. :)

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7660 · January 14, 2012 at 4:22 PM

Bacon.

Frittatas are a good way to add flavor and texture. You could put assertive-flavored stuff in there like peppers, greens, sausage, garlic, etc.

Something I do sometimes is to saut?? some ground meat or sausage with greens, mushrooms, and onions, and then add only 2 eggs and scramble them in. They almost disappear.

You could try egg-drop style soups. Custards. Puddings. Meatloaf usually hides them in there. But I agree, they certainly don't seem necessary for an optimal diet, so if they cause you grief, don't worry about them.

You might just want to experiment with different egg preparations. I'm pretty strict in how I like my eggs, always have been since I was a kid. I tend to like them scrambled dry. I do love a good fried egg in pastured butter, but the yolk has to be broken and firm. I can't do runny yolks. I like hard-boiled okay, though I prefer them in egg salad or deviled. Omelettes and frittatas, being variations of scrambles, are good.

And for full famewhore status, I'll refer you to a few recipes I have on my blog that are reminiscent of your egg pancake idea up there: Big Ass Pancake: http://paleoperiodical.com/2011/12/08/recipe-big-ass-pancake/ Pumpkin Frittata: http://paleoperiodical.com/2011/10/27/recipe-pumpkin-frittata/

And a few others you might want to try: Baked Eggs w/ Tomato Sauce: http://paleoperiodical.com/2011/11/02/recipe-baked-eggs-w-tomato-sauce/ Vegemeatloaf: http://paleoperiodical.com/2011/10/31/recipe-vegemeatloaf/ Bacon-Green Chile Frittata: http://paleoperiodical.com/2011/09/30/recipe-quick-dirty-bacon-green-chile-frittata/

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:24 PM

Thanks for the ideas, Karen! I do need to try to expand my horizons a bit, and hopefully the taste will start to grow on me. As I said above, though, it's more a factor of cost over feeling as though it's necessary in my diet in general. :) PS: I love your blog, and will have to try your Big Ass Pancake.

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7660 · January 14, 2012 at 7:49 PM

Aw, thanks OddBallin! Glad to help. :) Best of luck on your egg journey.

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1022 · January 14, 2012 at 4:27 PM

haha, was not quick enough with the Frittata :D

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I really like to make egg muffins. 12 eggs, 1/2-1 cup cheese, 1 cup meat and/or 1/2 cup veggies, 1/2 t. Salt, 1/4 t. Baking soda. Best eggs real well, pour into paper lined or well oiled/buttered muffin tin. Bake until toothpick comes out clean. 10-20 minutes? Maybe this way you can mask them? My favorite is cheese and salsa and green chili with hot sauce and sure cream!

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:17 PM

I don't eat cheese, but could I replace that with more veggies? Shredded carrots, perhaps? Thanks!

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78422 · January 14, 2012 at 3:38 PM

Hot sauce.

Smoothies with vanilla flavouring.

Low carb egg muffins http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=131833

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78422 · January 14, 2012 at 9:39 PM

I use some yogurt, cream, or coconut milk, a raw egg, vanilla, banana, mango, or other fruit and some ice for example, then blend it. The fruit adds sweetness. You could also add spice like nutmeg or cinnamon if you want. Sometimes I add whey powder, but not often. Other folks add a bit of nut butter. The sky is the limit- you can become a smoothie 'barista'.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 11:05 PM

I think I can manage something like that, with coconut milk and some berries, maybe? Thanks for the advice.

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1061 · January 14, 2012 at 5:15 PM

Can you expand on the smoothie thing? I genuinely don't know what to put in them, but now that I think about it I did enjoy french toast back in the day, despite the egg (I really am very sensitive to its taste), and I think it was the sweet-vanilla factor that did it for me. Thanks!

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2913 · January 15, 2012 at 7:10 AM

re: hot sauce - that was one of Tobasco's marketing ploys, get your kids to eat scrambled eggs by mixing in Tobasco

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love avocado like me? i gently cook scrambled eggs until just barely runny (not overdone, hard or brown) then mush in bowl with avocado, salt & pepper to taste, eat with sliced tomato, slice of GF bread, or just out of the bowl is great too. you can add what you like to it, think of an eclectic guacamole like chick peas or beans, peppers or other veggies, or perhaps ham for sam i am! i taste the avocado & additions, not egg. texture can get me too, this doesn't but still may be an issue for some. i'm dairy free. stopped eating eggs from 11ish thru age 30, lost a taste for them & hate the smell. i don't always have a reaction but sometimes my stomach seems to waver. though i don't love their smell or taste, i do love their nutritional value because i always need protein so i'm trying to mask the taste too. have to try your pumpkin!

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0 · March 25, 2014 at 8:19 PM

love avocado & dr seuss like me? i cook scrambled eggs then mush in bowl with avocado, salt & pepper to taste, with sliced tomato, slice of GF bread, but just out of the bowl is great too, add what you like, perhaps ham! texture can get me too, this doesn't but still may be an issue for some. i'm dairy free. stopped eating eggs from older kid thru age 30, lost a taste for them & hated the smell. eggs don't always bother me but sometimes my stomach seems to waver. though i don't love their taste, i do love their nutritional value so i'm trying to mask the taste too. have to try your pumpkin!

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6087 · January 14, 2012 at 7:33 PM

Don't eat eggs.

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