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 Post subject: Re: Sunday's Brunch
New postPosted: October 17th, 2017, 6:15 pm 
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JimZ wrote:
Yes Aboy, the tail does taste different. It taste like the white of the egg, and the yolk taste like the yolk of the egg. I don't throw away food. A couple of years ago, I read about a method of cracking the egg in a strainer and let the extra white strain thru. Then transfer the egg from the strainer to a small bowl. It works very well. I did strain that white into another bowl and cooked it separately at the end. If I was making bread, I would save the strained white for for the seed glue and glaze. Hey Chawlie, I did lick the fork and knife before putting the plate in the sink. I couldn't eat another slice of bread.


this is the method I was taught about 1 1/2 years ago. I've been using it to great success since then.


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 Post subject: Re: Sunday's Brunch
New postPosted: October 19th, 2017, 6:00 pm 
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JimZ wrote:
Yes Aboy, the tail does taste different.
It taste like the white of the egg,
and the yolk taste like the yolk of the egg.

WOW!!! Your reply "Stunned" me :oops:
Did I offend you.
...

I don't throw away food.

I know that buddy
Evident my the many empty plates
:D


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