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    12 egg yolks and counting, what to make?

    I'm losing weight by eating egg whites, so what should I make for the rest of the family with the yolks?
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    Cured yolks, then shave them like tasty bits of parmesan. I suggest a miso cure.

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    One kid loves macaroons and one kid loves key lime pie. Not exactly diet food but how we use them. Speaking of diet food, the egg yolks make a great custard base for frozen yogurt and ice cream. Good luck with the diet.

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    Fresh pasta dough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    I'm losing weight by eating egg whites, so what should I make for the rest of the family with the yolks?
    My dog is a beneficiary of my leftover egg yolks (I sometimes use 2 egg yolks in 3-4 eggs omelet, so he gets the remaining 2, spread over a few meals). I think I would have riot at home if I tried to use the yolks for other purposes.

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    Frozen custard!

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    No egg yolks?!?!?! What the hell do you put on your grits???

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