Machine…..go crawl back into the hole you came from! milk and raw eggs mixed together along with some honey . Perfect for my 2 hour daily martial art classes. When eating Nothing else then the Whites the enzymes to digest it isnt released. I believe that Raw Eggs are great for you and I eat them daily up to 8 a day, my husband does up to 10 a day. I make custards with them for dessert. (Only a portion of the egg white becomes cooked, the rest remains raw.). Stop believing everything your read on the internet. They are highly digestible and full of readily-available nutrients. I know it’s not paleo or anything…lol… but a simple mousse of just dark chocolate, raw eggs, and black coffee seems like a decent dessert option to me! I don’t know what they feed her, but the yolks are huge and golden, almost twice the size of the chicken egg yolks. (There are advantages to cooked eggs, but it’s however you enjoy them.) Hopefully soon I will get 6 a day. Thank you for the whole lot! I don’t think it’s high because of the eggs, tho’. This way she was sure we all got enough calcium along w. our protein and other nutrients eggs contain. If a man think he knoweth anything he only know that which he ought. R the yolks as healthy for u? Yummy and full of nutrients. I always purchase free-range, organic eggs and wash the shell with water and grapefruit seed extract. I have just started eating them after my morning runs—–2 eggs yolks, straight from the shell (drain out the whites into the compost) into my mouth. It sounds to me like you are on the right track,but if in doubt go to your local feed store and talk to someone there,these people are well versed ib all type of feed. I do NOT do this for the taste! The study showed that egg protein is more digestible (94% versus 55-64%) when heated, probably due to alteration of the protein’s structure and the ability of digestive enzymes to infiltrate peptide bonds. I believe that the key is to eat fruits and/or berries with eggs because they are high in biotin. my chose is sunny side up with my bacon and a potatoe patty.i am now 77 and dispite some warnings from my doctor my health is fine,and of course i luv my egg nogg,wish i had agood recipie so i did not have to buy the stuff, Google it… omg much better than store bought… I use coconut milk recipe. However, I still love it. I love them, feel they work really well for me. I HATE it when I accidentally break a yolk. Your email address will not be published. keep up the eggs people! I’ve been thinking about trying the prairie oyster drink: a raw egg yolk w/ dashes of hotsauce, worchestershire sauce and salt n pepper. I put em in a coffee cup and throw em bak. but *really* do need to put on some weight, so again thanks for basically telling me it’s ok, and, #2 I really did love your Clooney piece lol – even though I’ve done what you would rather me not, it really did encourage me to comment – top work . This would seem to suggest they are less digestible when cooked since it is typically complex/large proteins that tend to be reactive. first of all you shouldn't drink raw eggs b/c of salmonella you could get incredibly ill. I eat eggs every day. My fave way is. Hi, they also roam 5 acre’s at will and eat everything from grass to frogs. The best I’ve found are the ‘sunny side up’. Whether you eat your eggs heated or raw (or a little of both) in part depends on your goal in eating them to begin with. As for drawbacks, there’s the well-circulated salmonella risk, which isn’t the dire prospect it’s often made out to be. Funny sometimes that nobody expects someone may not like them. actually…free range chickens produce very healthy eggs and are more recommended than grain fed, the same can be said of beef/turkey etc. Can we say Good Morning! People, microwaves do not radiate your food-_- the radio microwaves dissipate instantly when the magnetron is powered off. It was a great substitute for a breakfast meal because I never liked eating in the morning even though I grew up in a family of 8 and my mother prepared a huge breakfast every morning because it was the most important meal and my father was a drywall (sheetrock) worker and he had to have a large meal with meat.