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  1. Ice Cube White Belt

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    Hard-boiled, baked, fried (sunny side up), or scrambled?

    I like fried eggs with my meals, but everyone is different.
     
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    Lol forgot poached.
     
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    I like to suck them directly out of the chickens ass so they're fresh.
     
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    Hard boiled & fried are both good.
     
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    To me, eggs are eggs. They taste pretty much the same no matter what you do, so I just go without the fat involved with frying...
     
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    With a crunchy half developed embryo in it?
     
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    Any way just not undercooked, too runny with clear uncooked slimy egg is just gross.
     
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    fried or fertilized
     
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    Hadn't had a poached egg in many years, but I started poaching them recently and I forgot how awesome they are, basically the only way I have been cooking them lately. 3 minute poached egg gives the perfect runny yolk, served on toast.

    Before that I would just scramble them with onions, peppers, jalapenos, etc.
     
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    Over medium or poached
     

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