Egg Yolks Questions
Hi, I'd like to strictly follow the PHD suggestions and one of these is that it would be better to eat 3 egg yolks per day, preferably raw. I'm thinking to drink them as egg yolk powder because it's easier to store and I prefer not to eat the egg... (more)
Did this yesterday and felt it necessary to share it with ya'll... What you need:-Baking cups (muffin cups, preferably a non-stick or parchment type) -Egg yolks (separated from whites) -An oil or fat (I used Macadamia nut oil) Preheat oven... (more)
Absolutely you're better off eating egg yolks! They're one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet! Supplements are really for more if you're allergic to an ingredient that contains a nutrient or if your diet is so low in calories you... (more)
I have taken to eating raw egg yolks on a nearly daily basis. I get more than enough protein from meat, so I don't need the whites. To separate them, I crack them in a bowl, use a spoon to scoop out the yolk, and then move the spoon back and forth... (more)
I've been drinking a kale smoothie every morning for a few weeks and it's been great so far! They contain plenty of vitamins/minerals/fats, but I'm almost completely lacking protein. For the past few days, I've been scrambling up 3 duck eggs from... (more)
I put two or three raw chicken egg yolks in my kale smoothie every morning and have for years. I get the eggs from a neighbor and have never had a problem. Just make sure the shells are clean before you crack them.
Okay guys. I recently discovered I do indeed like eggs sunny-side-up. However, when I go to eat the yolk, it kinda goos (yes, goos) all over the plate and I feel like I'm wasting the precious liquid gold...So, how you eat your yolks? I'd rather... (more)
A brief history: My baby just turned six months. He was exclusively breastfed until 5 months, when I had to add formula because he wasn't growing enough. (I thought it was better to at least get a balance of carbs, fat and protein instead of... (more)
Have a look at baby-led weaning, babies feed themselves, no puree/spoon-feeding etc. A chicken drumstick, slices of avocado, half a banana, handfuls of baked sweet potato or minced beef.
Is the color of an egg yolk a reliable indicator of nutruient content, or more related to the another factor (ie type of chicken or feed)? The farm raised eggs I get locally have almost orange yolks, whereas most store bought egg yolks are more... (more)
Hi everyone, I'm just wondering if I should continue to supplement with Vitamin K2. I take 120mcg per day of MK-4. But I also eat 1-3 raw pastured egg yolks and grass-fed ground beef daily, homemade frozen grass-fed liver pills every other day or... (more)
FYI, Pullet eggs are from chickens just learning to lay eggs. The chickens are always under 1-year old, at least according to this farmer. I was at the farmer's market yesterday trying to get some duck eggs. I approached the stand and was... (more)
I live in the bay area and get my eggs either locally or from Marin Sun Farms. Both of these producers pasture raise their chickens and the eggs are pale yellow not the deep orange you would except. Is the color really the best indicator of how... (more)
Why do many people outside of the Paleosphere believe that egg yolks are bad? What are some good resources that defend the consumption of whole eggs? Thanks!
i'm recovering from extremely low magnesium levels and neuromuscular pain. i was going paleo and eating 2 yolks per day but then i read how much calcium they have (dont have numbers handy), and i got a little scared. do you guys think it would... (more)
Calcium content Chicken egg: 56 mg/100g Chicken egg yolk: 140 mg/100g That's hardly gonna be an issue.
Okay. I kept reading about raw/runny egg yolks added to a cooked meal and decided to try it today.I normally hard-boil my eggs or scramble them up with something. I used to be afraid of raw eggs but read on this forum that it is really the... (more)
Do you think it's safe to eat eggs over easy? My 2 year old loves 'dippy' eggs, but I'm concerned about salmonella. I've tried googling, but I find so much of the information is contradictory. Anyone know any reliable sources on the subject?
So I was walking through Chinatown yesterday and saw a package of "salted duck egg yolks." The yolks were super bright orange and they were really cheap. I have never heard of these but they seem like a decent cheap source of fats, carotenoids,... (more)
I would love to eat eggs, as they are convenient and filling, but every time I eat them, I end up nauseated. I saw some people on here saying that they only eat the yolks and feel better when they do. Can someone explain why this is? Or have any... (more)
I buy a carton of liquid pasteurized egg yolks and freeze it in ice cube trays. So I can take out a couple of cubes and make mayo anytime I want. So I don't have to worry about any Salmonella. I can also keep it for more than a week if I want to... (more)
I have two sources for pastured eggs. One source is exclusively from a red feathered breed--all the eggs are brown and have a deep yellow colored yolk. This yellow color is markedly more yellow than conventional store bought eggs, but still... (more)
I used to scramble most of my eggs, but I'm not too thrilled with the potential for oxidized pufa. What are some ways that I can include raw egg yolks? I don't really do smoothies or drinks of any kind, so that's out. I'm also not a huge fan of... (more)
I avoid egg whites because of an autoimmune condition, but I can eat the yolks. I've tried to make pancakes and waffles with extra egg yolks, but for some reason, the yolks don't bind the coconut flour well (I can't use almond flour). Any... (more)