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29 Apr 19
I will start my diet tomorrow. I would like to have Something like scrambled egg for breakfast and then I have more calories for food in the evenings. I also can’t give up a coffee in the day with milk. Any good recipes for scrambled egg?
5 May 19
I don’t know if this is what others would think is a good recipe but when I have scrambled egg (as I do every other Sunday) I have two eggs, a splash of milk, pinch of salt and pepper on whole grain toast (unbuttered for a Fast Day). I cook it on a very low heat for at least 8 minutes stirring almost constantly until it has turned. Have the heat too high at any stage and I find the result is a bit rubbery.
I have two poached eggs on unbuttered toast as one of my regular Fast Day evening meals so the only calorie difference between the two would be the splash of milk.
Hope this helps.
Mr Data (6 years in and counting)
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