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Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 3:57 pm
by Oscar_Actuary
Rik-Blades wrote:I eat around 90 eggs a week, around 800 grams of protein.
go on...

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 4:17 pm
by Rik-Blades
jlmoss wrote:
Rik-Blades wrote:I eat around 90 eggs a week, around 800 grams of protein.
Wow, that's a lot of eggs, lol. So, 13 eggs a day? Really, that much? You eat them all at one time for a biiiig breakfast, or do you just eat egg breaky, lunch, & din-din?
yes, pretty much breakfast, post workout and supper.

My doctors nurse almost fell off her chair when I told her during my last cholesterol check....and again when my triglyceride count came back 0.2 :thefinger:

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:55 pm
by digger
jlmoss wrote:Heh, never heard of Ezekiel bread, lol. I'm assuming they use the 'dung' for the leavening which should cook off during the baking process.

Heck, people around here, New York, and above it go crazy for a specialty bread called Salt Rising Bread which doesn't use yeast for leavening. What most people don't know is what the bacteria is that's used to leaven the bread. Clostridium Perfringens, which in certain strains cause severe food poisoning to death. Heck, it's even said that it was stock piled in Iraq for use in their 'dirty bombs. *shrug* We have to be careful whenever we make it to not cross contaminate unbaked with the baked stuff. The bacteria cooks off/evaporates after it reaches the correct temperature though which is what I'm thinking about the Ezekiel w/dung :lol:

Used to be a large bakery that sold Salt Rising Bread", Van De Camps I think. Loved it. Been gone from California for along time. Probably a good thing. I feel that bread is going to be one of the last great hurdles for me to cross, in regards to my diet.

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 3:33 am
by RobertB
Rik-Blades wrote:
jlmoss wrote:
Rik-Blades wrote:I eat around 90 eggs a week, around 800 grams of protein.
Wow, that's a lot of eggs, lol. So, 13 eggs a day? Really, that much? You eat them all at one time for a biiiig breakfast, or do you just eat egg breaky, lunch, & din-din?
yes, pretty much breakfast, post workout and supper.

My doctors nurse almost fell off her chair when I told her during my last cholesterol check....and again when my triglyceride count came back 0.2 :thefinger:
hahaha POW!!!! good stuff mate - :thefinger: indeed

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:40 am
by robertscott
Rik-Blades wrote:I eat around 90 eggs a week, around 800 grams of protein.
can anyone beat that? I eat ~24

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:49 am
by KenDowns
robertscott wrote:
Rik-Blades wrote:I eat around 90 eggs a week, around 800 grams of protein.
can anyone beat that? I eat ~24
Since somebody is going to mention this sooner or later, thought I'd point out that Cool Hand Luke can eat fifty eggs at one sitting.

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:09 am
by stuward
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I've cut down my eggs recently but I was about 36/wk for a long time.

Re: Problems with throwing out bread

Posted: Thu Aug 11, 2011 4:24 pm
by Jungledoc
I eat 28/wk when we can get them. Our egg supplier (remember, we live in rural Papua New Guinea) had dogs get in and kill a bunch of chickens, and they are taking a while to rebuild the flock.