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    Fried eggs: salt and pepper/chilli and coriander
    Scrambled: milk, salt and pepper
    Omlettes: spinach, mushroom, garlic, cheese, parsley, salt and pepper/chilli, garlic, coriander, onions, mushrooms, salt/combo of left-overs

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    American Cheese

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    This seasoning.

    Bam, that's usually it. Sometimes cheese and cilantro.
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    A so called "Prinz Albert":

    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Always put milk or water in when I scramble(I use skim milk, so not a lot of difference) Then pepper, garlic, cumin, sometimes oregano, and sometimes cheese. If we have any left over meat sometimes I put that in, and depending if we didn't have any of the things mentioned above I douse them in hot sauce if there is nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xNTP View Post
    The usual stuff...

    SPERM (get it?)
    This is what I came in here to say. :steam:

    But since you beat me to it, I'll just answer the actual question. A little milk, salt, pepper, and then as they scramble I sometimes put CREAM CHEESE in there. It is SO EFFING GOOD. Try it!
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    Salsa and some cheese

    or just some of this seasoning and cheese


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    Most recently, ham and cheese. But they've been omelets, not scrambled. Finally mastered that.

    And also, after they're done...ketchup. Lots and lots of ketchup.

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    Seriously guys. Put some cream cheese up in there next time. You can't even imagine how delicious it will be.
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    Catsup, Onion, Sugar, Grapes, Tomato Sauce, Softdrink, a little bit of chicken, and some hair.

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