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at a serving. I ate 16 ONCE. Ive ate a doz maybe a doz times. I, nowadays, when I have them and feel the urge will eat 8, but for usually, its 4 if I have them for breakfast.

That's ALL I eat for breakfast. 4 eggs.
 

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I can eat a dozen in one sitting no problem... As long as its been made into deviled eggs or egg salad. Perfect for days when I'm moving a few yards of dirt, manure, or compost around!
 

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Between the age of 21, and 31-I was a competitive Powerlifter. I needed to eat a substantial amount of protein daily. I would crack a dozen eggs in a non-stick skillet, remove 9 yolks, and whisk the remainder into scrambled eggs. Along with this, I would drink about a liter of skim milk, and eat 4 slices of dry whole grain toast.
Today, I eat about 6 or 7 eggs scrambled, with a little cheese, black pepper, and buttered wheat toast. I have Buff, and Bantam Crosses-and my eggs are medium sized. I normally eat eggs for breakfast/lunch about 3 times a week.
My Golden Retriever 'Buster Brown', is an egg suckin' dog. When I am doing barn chores, and gathering eggs-he sits patiently for his egg (he gets one daily). If I try to walk away without giving him one, he barks loudly!
 

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Between the age of 21, and 31-I was a competitive Powerlifter. I needed to eat a substantial amount of protein daily. I would crack a dozen eggs in a non-stick skillet, remove 9 yolks, and whisk the remainder into scrambled eggs. Along with this, I would drink about a liter of skim milk, and eat 4 slices of dry whole grain toast.
Today, I eat about 6 or 7 eggs scrambled, with a little cheese, black pepper, and buttered wheat toast. I have Buff, and Bantam Crosses-and my eggs are medium sized. I normally eat eggs for breakfast/lunch about 3 times a week.
My Golden Retriever 'Buster Brown', is an egg suckin' dog. When I am doing barn chores, and gathering eggs-he sits patiently for his egg (he gets one daily). If I try to walk away without giving him one, he barks loudly!
I have a lab/German shepherd mix named buster brown.
He, too, likes eggs.
 

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Whut we have hier, is a failua to communicate.

Katie, U eat that many, I don't wanna be around you for a week lol.
Dieveled eggs are only 1/2 an egg.


When I get my chickens, they'll likely molt for quite awhile. When they start producing again, and I cant keep up with them, ill feed them back to the chickens what I don't eat.
 

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Fresh out of high school in the 60s us country boys went to Indianapolis for jobs. We had nothing to do on the weekend so had competitions. Bill and I were on our 8th day with no sleep on a Saturday morning we entered a diner and Bill ordered "a dozen eggs, a pound of bacon,a loaf of toast and a pot of coffee" Not to be outdone as the waitress was leaving I said "I'll have the same,cream and sugar for the coffee please".
It took 4 hours but we ate it all. A normal breakfast was $1.50 and we spent over $20 but it was funny! A cop sitting at the counter close enough to hear our conversation had picked up on our 8 days without sleep and ordered us to go home and get some sleep!
Things you do in your youth!


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