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    Default what do you put in your eggs?

    Like when you're making scrambled what do you add?


    I usually add salt pepper hot sauce and sour cream and sometimes like a table spoon of shredded cheese before cooking the eggs.
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    i dunno what else to say so

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    I mix the whites and yolks together in a bowl with onion, peppers, hard salami pieces, and when I'm feeling fancy, I'll shred some other veggies from the night before to stick in there as well.

    Drizzle olive oil to cook them in so they don't stick to the pan. Add in the mozzarella cheese during the last 30 seconds or so of cooking. Top with Frank's Red Hot sauce.
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    I'm so glad you asked! Victoria Taylor's Herbes de Provence.
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    I'm hooked on this for my morning eggs. I put in about half a teaspoon to a teaspoon. Extremely delicious.

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    I don't eat eggs scrambled, but when I make them for my family, I just add salt and a little pepper. Usually I cook them in a little olive oil, but occasionally I use margarine or Pam.

    For myself, it's over-easy, fried in margarine, and sprinkled with salt.
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    I scramble them (2) with about a tablespoon of milk, some pepper, and a pinch of salt. Then I cook them over butter in the frying pan. They are delish.

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    Olive oil.

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    I scramble them with milk, a bit of cheese, and fresh ground pepper. Throw them on some olive oil and... Yum.
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    I rarely eat them, but cook them for my family. I usually scramble them with olive oil, salt, ground pepper, diced tomatoes, sometimes cheese, and a little onion powder. I occasionally cook them with tuna fish or canned chicken.
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    Different things. Typically milk and salt/pepper. Sometimes I mix mayonnaise into them.

    I prefer sunny side up.

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    Garlic salt, tarragon, dill weed, milk, chopped onion, chopped garlic, shredded cheese. Sometimes, I add leftover vegetables. I usually make an omelet. And, since we all have cholesterol issues, I use egg beaters instead of real eggs.
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