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Scrambled eggs - add dairy?

CarrieWas218 | Sep 28, 201106:43 AM     58

I have lost a lot of weight by eating sauteed kale and two scrambled eggs every morning. I learned to make scrambled eggs from my Dad who always added a splash of half-and-half, milk, or a dollop of sour cream.

It dawned on me the other day - when I had no dairy in the house - that my immediate thought was, "well, I can't make scrambled eggs because I have nothing to add to it." Now I'm sure the dairy is not integral to my eggs, but I do it anyway.

What are your thoughts? Dairy or no dairy in your eggs? And why?

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