I purchase fresh free range eggs from farmer and eat raw often. When I raised chickens I also ate raw often. The problem come in when you get store bought eggs that have had so much unnatural approach. I'm incorporating eggnog into my weekly meal plan. Thanks for reminding us..
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26) So I do not run without a goal. I fight like a boxer who is hitting something—not just the air. 27) I treat my body hard and make it my slave so that I myself will not be disqualified after I have preached to others. 1 Corinthians 9
We used to have eggnog for breakfast when I was a kid. Basically just eggs, milk, vanilla, sugar, and cinnamon, as I recall. What's really good is unfrozen homemade ice cream as eggnog! Think of your dessert as that, and it shouldn't feel nearly as strange.
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I love eggs but I've never given eggnog enough of a chance. I ran across the recipe again and it's really pretty perfect for the low carb style. Not to mention it's quick and easy to make. I hate having nothing to enjoy while the others have dessert. It does feel strange having it in June, but I'll get over it.
* 3 eggs * 1 Tbsp Heavy Cream * Ice * 2 tsp of Splenda * 1 tsp Vanilla extract
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