Professor X wrote:
Tuna was meant to be eaten whole, why buy it pre-packaged in a can?
What? Was this a funny? This was a funny, wasn’t it? You may want to work on that. I barely chuckled.
I read that with perplexity.
Seriously, egg yolks are really good for you. They’ve got lots of vitamins like folic acid, B12, phosphatydil choline and other great stuff. Plus if you only eat the white you’re getting an incomplete protein.
Just do a search on eggs on any good nutrition website, you’ll find most people recognize them as a pretty healthy food.
I’ve really got to work on presenting my questinos better…
Eggs are great for you. I still want to eat them. I don’t want to eat only egg whites. What I don’t want is to eat too many egg yolks. I still want to eat 2 whole eggs. But to get as much protein as I’d like, I’d either have to eat 4-5 whole eggs, or add some egg whites. Eating 4-5 whole eggs would be very detrimental for me.
Thus, I want to know about egg whites, so I can make a good omelette using 2 whole eggs and the desired number of egg whites.
Is everyone clear now?[/quote]
There are too many “egg substitutes” on the market to count. That means this isn’t a problem any more than deciding whether you WANT to buy whole eggs and seperate them yourself or buy an egg substitute.