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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Why is a hard boiled large chicken egg 78 calories ...when a large chicken egg is 72 calories? And who is going to eat it raw to save the 6 emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon calories? Just wondering!!!
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  • v 100LBLIGHTER
    I used six more calories laughing at the comments....love you guys. You keep me sane.
    1219 days ago
  • v PMFISH
    Wonder who counted the calories?
    1219 days ago
  • v LIVE_AMAZINGLY
    I would imagine that it increases in calories due to cooking concentrating the natural sugars, or proteins. Just a guess. I certainly wouldn't eat a raw egg though!
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    1219 days ago
  • v KING_SLAYER
    Well, if you have a raw egg instead of a hard boiled egg... maybe you could also have like 10 sunflower seeds with the leftover calories!!!
    1219 days ago
  • v MNNICE
    Maybe the yolk expands when it's cooked? ha-ha! Who can figure out the mysteries of a diet.................. Or Thecoze could've said "different strokes for different yolks." emoticon
    1219 days ago
  • v LINDAKAY228
    Wow, I didn't know that!!! Good question!
    1219 days ago
  • v THECOZE
    Uhm... i have no clue... although i do know that there are people who drink raw eggs... different stroke for different folks i guess...
    1219 days ago
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