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The holidays are coming up so you might want to treat yourself (or others) with a gift.  I really enjoy having a one egg omlettete with salmon filling for breakfast, employing a Le Creuset enamel cast iron 9 inch omellete pan.  No need for silicone handle cover if you only make two or less at a time.4BAE3813-CEDC-4FEC-A2D2-4E75553D04FF.jpegImage Enlarger

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A one-egg omelette is big enough to be fillable? If you were Australian, I'd guess you meant an ostrich egg!

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I am not so large as to need a viola/violin, but big enough to be uncomfortable in a plane before it became popular.  A single egg is enough for me.  

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Are you saying you are on a diet? So am I. I've lost 28 LB so far and have 14 to go. How about a thread on experiences?

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Good for you, @Andrew Shumway. I'm on the same journey for about the 10th time in my life (up 30, down 30... wash rinse, repeat.) This time I'm taking it real slow with WW and hope to avoid the previous yo-yo-ing. Hope springs eternal 🙂

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I am not actively on a diet, but I am sliding along with my wife since she is trying one.  My son was a track athlete through college and I got him “The Zone” by Barry Sears.  My wife picked it up recently, read it, and is putting it into practice.  She is losing weight and does not experience hunger or fluctuations in blood sugar.  

I recently told my dentist and she immediately called her mother to buy it.  Her mother could be heard through the phone saying, “it can’t be any good, since it is only going for $2 used on Amazon.”  I have not heard dialogue that good since Steinfield left television.

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Andrew Fryer said
A one-egg omelette is big enough to be fillable? If you were Australian, I'd guess you meant an ostrich egg!  

Oh, I just couldn't resist - were he French, then he only takes one egg, because

One egg is un-oeuf

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roflol

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Oof!

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