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#281585 - 08/28/06 03:05 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: Crash]
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Raw eggs aren't too bad - some kinds are better than others. For example, the yolks of free-range organic eggs are lovely.

There's this Norwegian dessert-thing called "eggedosis" where you whip (raw) eggs and sugar together in a blender - yum :-)

All that being said, I don't eat eggs, raw or otherwise, all that often...
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#281586 - 08/28/06 03:55 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: tuxette]
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Here's a question..... Why do the eggs have to be raw? Is there less protein in a cooked egg than a raw egg? If so, is it really that big of a difference?

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#281587 - 08/28/06 04:14 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: Joe7987]
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I think raw egg yolks taste better than cooked egg yolks. Otherwise, I don't know. Some kind of "macho" thing I guess, the whole "hey look what I can do!" silliness...
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#281588 - 08/28/06 09:39 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: tuxette]
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Since I was a yute (My Cousin Vinnie), I've had my eggs over medium (runny yolk) and I've turned out fine. Back to a good question, is there a nutritional difference between cooked and raw eggs? As a P.S. I think the reason boiled eggs smell bad is because the shell traps some compound during the cooking process. Me and my neighbors both lived on farms and they had chickens. One got out of the coop and made a nest somewhere else and we came across it a few months later. We threw one and discovered we had a small stash of chemical weapons. We had some after that.
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#281589 - 08/28/06 10:12 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: Joe7987]
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Here's a question..... Why do the eggs have to be raw? Is there less protein in a cooked egg than a raw egg? If so, is it really that big of a difference?




If you read the whole thread, you will see the pro's and cons of cooked and raw. Scientificaly, cooked egg is more completely assimilated by the body, so probably preferable, but I did list some pro's that can be made in raw egg's defence.

Egg is an interesting substance as it is only the white you need for the protein, the yolk is essentialy fat.

The old scare stories about eggs contributing to arterial cholestorol deposits is bunk. Only remove the yolk if you are concerned about calorie intake, or if you dont like it.

Cooked or raw the protein content remains the same- 4-6 grams of protein per egg (dependant on size)
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#281590 - 08/28/06 10:21 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: Cord]
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Arnie C.1975 looks a bit puny compared to Ronnie today, but would you be more than delighted to wake up tomorrow looking like Arnie at his peak? that muscle was fed by milk, egg, steak and tuna, not slow release whey isolate.




AS never drank milk. He was famously quoted as saying "Milk is for babies." Whey Isolate is not slow release. It is a very fast digesting protein. Casien is slow release. Thats why its good to eat cottage cheese or milk before bed.

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#281591 - 08/28/06 11:03 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: cauliflowerears]
Cord Offline
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The 'milk is for babies' quote is a famous joke made by him. He was a ruthless competitor, and would often inject missinformation into interviews about his training and eating in a hope that rivals would pick up on it and damage their own progress- hence the 'secret' he let slip about relying on a half and half mix of guinness and cream for his weigh gain off season (simply not true).

My point about slow release is in keeping with my flippancy regarding the marketing of whey, casseinated protein, 'muscle milk' and all the rest of em, and the fact that whey is a 'wonder product' of the 90's is the simple truth, as is the use of eggs, both cooked and raw as a staple of some of the best bodies in history.
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#281592 - 08/28/06 11:51 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: Cord]
cauliflowerears Offline
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Yeah I think the second part was real men drink beer. I thought I read somewhere where he said he didn't drink milk though. I can't find it.

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#281593 - 08/28/06 01:01 PM Re: Raw eggs [Re: cauliflowerears]
Cord Offline
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one of the teachers on one of the instructor courses I took was a great old school lifter, he worked at the Bolton Fitness studio, and was a competetive bodybuilder in the 60's who was responsible for helping host Arnie on his first trip to the UK. He had a few good tales to tell, including Arnie making enourmous milk and egg shakes (over 1 litre) and downing them in one as a party piece.
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#281594 - 08/29/06 02:41 AM Re: Raw eggs [Re: Cord]
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Registered: 10/26/05
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Loc: Orlando, FL
Quote:

Quote:

Here's a question..... Why do the eggs have to be raw? Is there less protein in a cooked egg than a raw egg? If so, is it really that big of a difference?




If you read the whole thread, you will see the pro's and cons of cooked and raw. Scientificaly, cooked egg is more completely assimilated by the body, so probably preferable, but I did list some pro's that can be made in raw egg's defence.

Egg is an interesting substance as it is only the white you need for the protein, the yolk is essentialy fat.

The old scare stories about eggs contributing to arterial cholestorol deposits is bunk. Only remove the yolk if you are concerned about calorie intake, or if you dont like it.

Cooked or raw the protein content remains the same- 4-6 grams of protein per egg (dependant on size)




I'm sorry Cord, but I read the whole thread last night.. and I just reread it now and simply cannot find where you listed the pros of raw eggs (though I did notice the cons). Please do not misunderstand me. I am not saying that you are wrong and that it isnt there..... It is very possible that I am overlooking it, but I would really appreciate it if you could direct me to the post that I'm looking for.

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