Those brownies sound intriguing though I'm skittish about separating yolks and whites so much. I've read it's a bad idea nutritionally speaking. I'll have to go back and research that one. Since I'm not a nutritionalist or a scientist, and since I don't remember a lot of the details of what I study I just keep the main gist of what I have learned which, if it goes along with my food philosophy (leave food alone!), then remembering the main point is easy; like to leave the egg intact.
Anyway, I'd like to try the blueberry/spinach puree in this recipe. What is the ratio?...or measurements.
I just put a hold on the book at my library; it's currently checked out so I don't know when I'll get it.
PS: I know that the yolk contains lutein and zeaxanthin which are imperative for our eyes. I wouldn't give up my eye health just to save calories. I know too that there has been some research on eggs that show that they actually don't cause LDL cholesterol to accumulate in the blood and that people who don't eat eggs can have the cholesterol problems. Scientific eh? LOL. I'll get back to you with some better data.
Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 9/29/2009 (17:59)
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