Egg Whites

ChrisL

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This might sound like a stupid question but what are egg whites? do you crack an egg and seperate it *text deleted* i have no idea
 

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Yipp egg whites are the 'snotty' looking bit of the egg without the yolk haha
 

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you will probably already know this but if you boil the egg then it is a lot easier to get the egg whites
 

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There not to bad, I mix them in with high-carb shake and you don't really taste them. Works a treat.
 

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Unless your using them for say adding to a shake,or baking,then just eat the whole egg mate. But yeh the whites can easily be seperated
 

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Another way to seperate the yolk from the white is to crack the shell in two and alternitivly swap the yolk from half to half over a bowl until alls u have left is the yolk, does tht sound too confusing?
 

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Crack the egg open and sift the Yolk into your hand and let the egg white drain into a bowl between your fingers. If your eating 4-6 egg's a day try stay off the Yolk because its contains wayyy too much fiber and each Yolk contains 300-350 calories.
 

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Just to clear any confusion mate, a large egg will come in at under 100 calories total, with about 60/70 of that being from the yolk
 

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Hmmm unsure now, the website below says different and i remember reading on various body building websites that the reason they remove the Yolk is because its very high in fat/calories and it contains excessive amounts of cholesterol.


http://www.calorie-count.com/calories/item/1127.html
 

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Ahh,that website dosnt show it for a single egg mate,its for a weighed amount of 227g.
1 large egg has about 100 calories,8g protien,and 7g fat. An average egg range is between like 30-70g depending on the size.
 

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Another way to seperate the yolk from the white is to crack the shell in two and alternitivly swap the yolk from half to half over a bowl until alls u have left is the yolk, does tht sound too confusing?

Thats what i used to do ages ago when i was really cracking down on my diet. But now i just have full eggs it really doesn't make much difference having the yolks.
 
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