How do you cook eggs so they don't turn into that plasticy stuff or at least less of it?

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  • How do you cook eggs so they don't turn into that plasticy stuff or at least less of it?


Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 03:18
turn the heat down on your burner
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 14:25
It can be really easy for some, and for many it is a continual battle to resist the urge to have something. That bad experience with KFC may be enough for you to swear off chicken for the rest of your life, but it may or may not want you to swear off all meats Dune
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 10:57
its very hard but not imposible you can do it!
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 03:27
No matter how you switch eating habits you will still crave things like protein. Our body needs it and beans and tofu are somewhat replacements but it just isn't the same. I can go days eating just carbs and cheese, then I need a cheeseburger, I need to get more veggies in my diet, but I hate V8 and not fond of things that grown in the ground.
Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 05:50
It is not easy to shift meat to veggie. But if you really need to shift because of health conditions, you need to sacrifice. Eating veggies gives long life.
Answer #6 | 20/12 2013 03:16
It depends on the person and the reasons for changing. I changed for ethics, so I became vegan in one month from full meat-eater (I ate meat morning, noon and night). It also depends on your method; I found replacement recipes for food I really craved. If you're a big chicken person, finding something to help you transition from those cravings might be very beneficial. Not all people like the meat-like products, but I like Bocca burgers when I'm feeling it.
Answer #7 | 20/12 2013 08:56
No, it's much harder for a vegetarian to switch back to meat, as someone on this site is experiencing. Google vegetarian recipes, there are some delicious ones out there. You could start by buying Quorn sausages, and mincemeat. Still tastes like the "real" thing but they're for vegetarians.

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