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Random Question #1
Posted by: PeterB
Date: December 23, 2006 01:36PM
How much cholesterol (grams) in a whole egg?

Somewhere I can buy cholesterol in dry form?

Somewhere I can buy dry powdered eggs which are real eggs, not egg substitute?




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Posted by: earache
Date: December 23, 2006 01:42PM
Don't know off hand X 3



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Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: December 23, 2006 02:12PM
Google x 3.



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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: spearmint
Date: December 23, 2006 02:18PM
Powdered eggs! That's the swill they used feed us in the army. Actually with mucho Frank's Louisiana Hot Sauce the scrambled was edible. [store.honeyvillegrain.com]

Why would you want cholesterol? The only stuff I found is for research purposes.

213 mg of cholesterol in an egg yolk.




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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: PeterB
Date: December 23, 2006 02:50PM
OK, Minty answered ONE part of the question.

What part of my question was going toward, was, is there a source for the powdered stuff aside from a chemical company?

And yes, I Googled for it first. (In fact, I Googled all of my random questions before posting.) The 213 mg of cholesterol in an egg yolk I saw, but am not sure the figure is accurate.




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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: Blurb
Date: December 23, 2006 03:00PM
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PeterB
The 213 mg of cholesterol in an egg yolk I saw, but am not sure the figure is accurate.

Actually the amount is usually higher (average for a large egg is closer to 300mg). But the amount depends on several things: the size of the egg (of course), and the feed the mother chicken was given, and even the environment the mother chicken is raised in. (Overcrowded chicken houses on big farms are more stressful on the birds.)
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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: spearmint
Date: December 23, 2006 03:09PM
Minty takes umbrage. I found you a source for powdered eggs and amount of cholestrol in an egg. The latter was dissed. That's two out of three and I refused to respond to powdered cholesterol. I still cannot understand a reason for this other than something that ends up on Law and Order. Sulking in the basement.




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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: PeterB
Date: December 23, 2006 03:14PM
Minty, don't sulk. Reason I didn't give you credit for the source of powdered eggs is that it wasn't clear from the website you linked to, whether or not these are real eggs or substitute (substitute is far more common). And I do give you credit for at least finding the 213 mg figure, though I suspected (as Blurb points out) that it's probably an underestimate.




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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: spearmint
Date: December 23, 2006 03:26PM
Not to worry peterB. Sulking and pouting are part of my daily routine down here in the basement. That powdered egg outfit looks so natural and green they probably don't sell to red state people. It is also clearly stated they are "powdered whole eggs."



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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: PeterB
Date: December 23, 2006 03:29PM
Egads, yes, I am now a "red state person". Well, not really. I don't think the locals here will ever be able to remove my blue blood.




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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: spearmint
Date: December 23, 2006 03:32PM
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Egads, yes, I am now a "red state person". Well, not really. I don't think the locals here will ever be able to remove my blue blood.

Just sit back and enjoy the tax cuts.
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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: PeterB
Date: December 23, 2006 03:37PM
Minty, tax cuts ? No tax cuts down here that I am aware of ... only corrupt politicians.




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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: spearmint
Date: December 23, 2006 03:46PM
Corrupt politicians? Suprise? I mean you are in a red state.
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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: sscutchen
Date: December 23, 2006 09:05PM
There's three questions there...





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Re: Random Question #1
Posted by: NOGoddess
Date: December 24, 2006 08:37PM
As a much longer resident of NOLA, let me step in here - yes, LA is a red state, but NOLA is a puddle of blue within. Just please don't bring up the congressman caught with the freezer of cash that amazingly got re-elected.

Anyway, LA is actually purple.



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