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Old 09-26-2017, 07:38 PM   #5541
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Question... intolerance due to causing tummy problems or just don't like eggs now?

I ask because my 50 something daughter has had tummy problems with eggs for the past couple of years.. Didn't have a problem for the first 50 years of her life..

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Don't know about you guys, but my doc told me that after a certain point in our lives, eggs do not agree with our tummys and should be avoided egg yolks. Pretty much like babys, no eggs for the first year.
Both DH and I had found that we can handle scrambled eggs or over medium/hard, but sunny side up or over easy eggs are not good to our stomachs.
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Old 09-26-2017, 08:23 PM   #5542
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Don't know about you guys, but my doc told me that after a certain point in our lives, eggs do not agree with our tummys and should be avoided egg yolks. Pretty much like babys, no eggs for the first year.
Both DH and I had found that we can handle scrambled eggs or over medium/hard, but sunny side up or over easy eggs are not good to our stomachs.

Yes... My daughter told me that it is more common than she first thought.. Poor baby... She loves sunny side up and soft scrambled eggs...
I am sooooo happy that I can eat anything I like... Lots of my geezer friends cannot...

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Old 09-27-2017, 12:25 AM   #5543
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After having chickens and geese for numerous years - specifically for eggs - I suddenly developed an intense tummy problem with eggs. I stopped eating them for several years and have now found they are again acceptable.

to the point of gorging myself on a couple of occasions (embarrassing but true) I can now eat them boiled, deviled, scrambled, fried, poached or baked on a 'cloud', you name it, I can eat it.

At the moment my favourite breakfast is a poached egg on toast. I savor every bite slowly with a smile on my face. The yolk on the toasted bread is heaven and the white, so soft and tender, ahhhh, heaven, I missed them so much.

Once in a while I will slice and fry up some mushrooms to slipped between the toast and egg. Maybe some tomato or a bit of cheese but the best remains just the plain poached on the toast.

All this to say... Just Cooking , tell your daughter to not give up hope that perhaps someday the tummy will suddenly change its mind.
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Old 09-27-2017, 01:38 AM   #5544
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Don't know about you guys, but my doc told me that after a certain point in our lives, eggs do not agree with our tummys and should be avoided egg yolks...
I guess I haven't reached that "point" yet. Like Just Cooking, I'm able to eat pretty much anything that I like. Cast iron stomachs, I guess. Still, there a couple of foods I eat that necessitate warning Himself not to walk behind me the next day...
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Old 09-27-2017, 07:10 AM   #5545
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After having chickens and geese for numerous years - specifically for eggs - I suddenly developed an intense tummy problem with eggs. I stopped eating them for several years and have now found they are again acceptable.

to the point of gorging myself on a couple of occasions (embarrassing but true) I can now eat them boiled, deviled, scrambled, fried, poached or baked on a 'cloud', you name it, I can eat it.

At the moment my favourite breakfast is a poached egg on toast. I savor every bite slowly with a smile on my face. The yolk on the toasted bread is heaven and the white, so soft and tender, ahhhh, heaven, I missed them so much.

Once in a while I will slice and fry up some mushrooms to slipped between the toast and egg. Maybe some tomato or a bit of cheese but the best remains just the plain poached on the toast.

All this to say... Just Cooking , tell your daughter to not give up hope that perhaps someday the tummy will suddenly change its mind.
1st bold... absolutely the best..
2nd bold... She has hope that that will happen..

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Old 09-27-2017, 07:12 AM   #5546
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I guess I haven't reached that "point" yet. Like Just Cooking, I'm able to eat pretty much anything that I like. Cast iron stomachs, I guess. Still, there a couple of foods I eat that necessitate warning Himself not to walk behind me the next day...

At my age, that just normal..

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Old 09-28-2017, 12:35 PM   #5547
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Question... intolerance due to causing tummy problems or just don't like eggs now?

I ask because my 50 something daughter has had tummy problems with eggs for the past couple of years.. Didn't have a problem for the first 50 years of her life..

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No, I like eggs and have no problems. It's just they taste weird every time I make them. Or even if I go out for breakfast, they also taste weird. Never had this problem back in my Soviet days. Interestingly I do not have that problem eating hard boiled, or soft boiled eggs.
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Old 09-28-2017, 12:39 PM   #5548
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ahh ok.. Thanks for responding, Charlie... Tasting weird is different than causing tummy problems...

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Old 10-01-2017, 12:32 PM   #5549
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I've gotten to the point that I can only eat eggs once in a while. Most of the time just the thought, especially scrambled, which I used to love, causes nausea.

Onto better things, caramel, banana, pecan french toast. I only made it through 2 pieces.
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Old 10-01-2017, 04:42 PM   #5550
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...Onto better things, caramel, banana, pecan french toast. I only made it through 2 pieces.
OMG, my blood sugar just went up looking at that. Lovely MT!
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