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Mmmm… eggs! We love eggs! Do you?

Do you usually eat eggs for breakfast? If so, how often? Every day? A few times a week? Once a week? Never? Maybe you don’t eat breakfast at all!

After you vote, please leave a comment and tell us how you eat your eggs. Do you like them scrambled or fried? Hard-boiled or as an omelette? Darn! Now we want eggs!

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Vanessa
26 days ago

I don’t eat breakfast but I have eggs once a week, on Sunday, for dinner. I also feed my dogs eggs on Sunday and they know when it is Sunday.

K. Charles
30 days ago

2 Over-Easy Every morning non-stick pan, with a waffle.

Laura Martin
1 month ago

Veggies in a small oiled skillet. Saute. Drop 2eggs on top, or scramble 2 eggs in a bowl with milk, and drizzle on top. Grate a bit of cheese on top. Put lid on skillet until eggs are done.

WilBB
1 month ago

Cannot due to diet. I miss them terribly, used to eat 4-5 times a week. I can do egg whites, does that count? Put a little turmeric (1/4 tsp) & they’ll turn that familiar yellow.

Gayle V.
1 month ago

Yes, some times.

Tom
1 month ago

Sometimes. Mainly had hard boiled in salad several times a week.

Bill
1 month ago

We hardly ever eat eggs for breakfast. Instead we eat overnight oats with cultured yogurt to support the brain gut connection.

JT1026
1 month ago

Eggs any way at any meal. Scrambled, fried, soft or hard boiled and deviled. In pancakes, waffles and French toast. And cakes and cookies too. I especially like Lemon Meringue pie. Egg whites in the meringue and yokes in the lemon curd. Eggs are good, easy to cook with and a cheap source of protein. I enjoyed low cholesterol in my youth but now in my 70s it has soared to the 170s.

DPJ
1 month ago

Truthful answer that wasn’t listed, a couple times a month to jazz up a change in my daily oatmeal.

Roy Davis
1 month ago

If I had my way I’d eat Western Omelets every morning. The claim that the high cholesterol in eggs is harmful has been dispelled. Actually studies show that eating food high in cholesterol doesn’t effect the amount of cholesterol in your system and that cholesterol levels are more likely based upon a genetics then what you eat.

Snayte
1 month ago

Weekends. No breakfast during the week.

Rich
1 month ago

eggs? yuck!!

Gene
1 month ago

I eat Egg Beaters most days.

Diane Mc
1 month ago

Like others, in between never and 2 to 3 times a week. Sundays mornings 2 or 3 times a month. Scrambled with cheese, bacon, toast. When we eat out, over medium, hash browns with bacon or hash, toast. Going to breakfast this morning after we drop off a car for service.

Ed Wullschleger
1 month ago

I answered a day or two a week, but it’s actually about one day a month.

Neal Davis
1 month ago

I chose “No, never,” but it is not completely true. Left to my own devices I might eat 3 or 4 eggs (scrambled) daily. However, my cholesterol numbers imply that would be unhealthful. Further, several months ago DW put me on a breakfast regime of one Atkins meal bar per morning. We still eat eggs on occasion, but most often for dinner and not as often as monthly. When a breakfast buffet is available I typically eat a large plate of scrambled eggs with a few strips of bacon, which is my ideal breakfast (toast or biscuits not necessary or typically included).

Diane Mc
1 month ago
Reply to  Neal Davis

My Dad ate eggs every day. His cholesterol was over 300. He lived to 98. Growing a garden in his backyard, using a rototiller to work the soil. Did this to about 96. Eggs, btw, have good cholesterol. However, I would never tell anyone to change their diet as there are many other factors. For you and your doctor to decide.

Pat Larson
1 month ago

I didn’t answer the poll because there is nothing to choose between “never” and “maybe 2 or 3 times a week”.

Cindy
1 month ago
Reply to  Pat Larson

Ditto

Kaeleen Buckingham
1 month ago

I used to eat eggs occasionally for breakfast but then developed an allergy to them. I miss my bacon and eggs breakfast!

Deborah Mason
1 month ago

Breakfast here is a mixed bag. I eat breakfast, but my husband rarely does. So “lunch” might be lunch or breakfast foods. We do like eggs. Scrambled (the “safe” bet for former military), fried, omelette (especially if there’s leftover steak or roast to make a “kitchen sink omelette”). I don’t generally fix eggs unless we’re both eating.

Garland
1 month ago

Egg whites daily with veggie sausage

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