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How to make an omelet in a bag
#11
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
(January 1, 2016 at 1:05 pm)Losty Wrote: a flat rectangle cooking surface and a metal spatula. That's all you need to get a good omelet shape.

Thanks Losty! Yea, I've turned away from the omelet shape and it's more scrambled than anything. lol
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#12
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Just because you can make an omelet in a bad doesn't mean you should make an omelet in a bag.

Boru

edit: Or what Min said.
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#13
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
looks good but does is taste good?
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#14
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
My concern too is boiling plastic, have been reading about how plastic products are bad for your foods and even drinking water out of plastic bottles. Yes, I'm that kind of paranoid person.

So, opened the frig door and wanted to try this at least, and my fiance said...why don't we just go to starbucks? lol Big Grin

This is on my list of things to try though. But that plastic bag...eek.
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#15
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
(January 1, 2016 at 1:40 pm)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: Just because you can make an omelet in a bad doesn't mean you should make an omelet in a bag.

Boru

edit:  Or what Min said.

You're already preparing for it to be awful, aren't you? Big Grin
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#16
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
Since I have to eat on the road most of the time, I've stopped caring about health and sanitation in food, if it's tasty I'll eat it!
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#17
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
(January 1, 2016 at 3:19 pm)Aoi Magi Wrote: Since I have to eat on the road most of the time, I've stopped caring about health and sanitation in food, if it's tasty I'll eat it!

Aw, well...you can still eat healthy 'on the go.' My recommendation, find a good health food store with some decent to go meals already prepared, and/or they will make you a tasty yet healthy/not fattening shake/smoothie. Just my unsolicited advice because I care.  Heart
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#18
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Whatever egg boiled in a bag is, it is not an omlet.
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I cringe at the idea of boiling something in LDPE plastic.
Also, that doesn't look like any less work or cleanup than mixing all that stuff together in a bowl and cooking it in a pan. And you don't have a plastic bag to contribute to a landfill.
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#20
RE: How to make an omelet in a bag
(January 1, 2016 at 3:50 pm)Mermaid Wrote: I cringe at the idea of boiling something in LDPE plastic.
Also, that doesn't look like any less work or cleanup than mixing all that stuff together in a bowl and cooking it in a pan. And you don't have a plastic bag to contribute to a landfill.

yea, I commented above about the plastic, it alarms me too. 

It looks good in theory, anyways. lol
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