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Subject: Eggs for economical high quality food Date: 1/29/2013 2:29 PM
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New York Times, January 28, 2013, 2:08 pm116 Comments
Eggs Regain Reputation
By NICHOLAS BAKALAR

Egg yolks are high in cholesterol, but a new analysis adds to the evidence that they are not the dietary sin we once thought they were. The review suggests that for most people, eating one egg a day is not bad for the heart.

Researchers reviewed eight prospective studies including 263,938 subjects and pooled the data for analysis. They found no evidence that eating up to an egg a day increased the risk of heart disease or stroke. The results were the same for men and women and in all age ranges.

Diabetic patients were the only exception. ...
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The humble egg is a great LBYM food. One extra-large egg costs about 10 cents and provides 7 g. of protein.

http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/dairy-and-egg-products/1...

I use eggs instead of starch to give body to all kinds of baked goods (which appear to be cakes but are actually flavored omelets).

Wendy
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Subject: Re: Eggs for economical high quality food Date: 1/30/2013 4:53 AM
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One extra-large egg costs about 10 cents and provides 7 g. of protein.



i pay $5/dozen or eggs from my local farm
(after a few years of getting them for free, sob) - and i am happy to do so.

peace & local business
t

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Subject: Re: Eggs for economical high quality food Date: 1/30/2013 11:30 AM
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I use eggs instead of starch to give body to all kinds of baked goods (which appear to be cakes but are actually flavored omelets).
Wendy


links/recipes, pls!

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Subject: Re: Eggs for economical high quality food Date: 1/30/2013 2:34 PM
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I recently posted this meringue based roulade recipe on the low carb board. It should be easy enough to substitute a low carb sweetener and flour (coconut or almond flour).

http://boards.fool.com/roulade-low-carb-dessert-30499141.asp...

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Subject: Re: Eggs for economical high quality food Date: 1/30/2013 2:37 PM
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I just took a second look at te roulade recipe...no flour in it. The coconut was being added for flavor.

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