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  • n likes eggs

    33 70.21%
  • n doesn't like eggs

    4 8.51%
  • s likes eggs

    8 17.02%
  • s doesn't like eggs

    2 4.26%
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    I always liked egg-in-a-hole, too.

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    omelets. num num
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    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
    omelets. num num
    ur nummin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post
    ur nummin'.
    num num num num num num

    now i'm nummin'
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    NUM!!!!!

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    OP asked why, not how. Whatsa matta wit you people?

    Eggs is wonderful. They have that texture-that-isn't-a-texture (I'm assuming cooked, here). Just a solid mass of food product; no grain, no flake, no crunch, nothing. Just a state of beingness. They are to texture what silence is to music; the perfect state. Eggs are the pinnacle of zen. Hell, zen aspires to be eggs. But nothing, no one, can be eggs. Eggs are.

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    N, not a fan.

    I do love a good deviled egg, but I don't like, like, breakfast eggs. Yuck.

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    Already posted in number 1! I don't really like eggs alone (and hate them for breakfast), but they perform magic in the kitchen in combination with other things. Flan. Ice cream. Cookies. Etc.

    Haven't tried it out yet, but Craig Ferguson said on tv that a yolk is great for binding mashed potatoes (so you don't have to add so much milk and butter).

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    maybe I Should have asked do you like eggs not counting for baking.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Yup... they're probably my favorite food... any way they're fixed but a few favs.. fried over easy, deviled and plain ole hard boiled.

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