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    I have been doing the weight watchers thing, and I always noticed that Egg Beaters had approx HALF the point value of actual eggs - so I finally broke down and bought some to try. Holy COW it tastes great!! I just got the regular kind, not the flavored kind, I sprayed the pan with butter spray (the non stick stuff) and added a little bit of salt and some pepper and scrambled it up - it tasted EXCELLENT - I like it better than real eggs
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    I may have to try those! Are the very expensive comapred to eggs??
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    I bought two packs of them while I was doing weight watchers but I chickened out and didn't try them. They were just kinda scary looking I may have to try them though b/c egg yolks are definitely fattening.

    Kristi, they are a little bit more expensive than regular eggs.
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    It's like they scrambled eggs and put them in a carton for you. To me, they don't taste any different. I usually get egg beaters instead of eggs at restaurants. Denny's and IHOP offer that so I usually just get them because there's no difference in taste IMO and if it's healthier might as well.
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    Well if they aren't much more expensive and they aren't as fattening I may have to try them.
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    Yum I like Egg Beaters to. I make an omlet with it and put peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes in there, to get some veggies in
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    I was always worried to try them too. Just like meat in a can. That just doesn't sound right.

    I may have to try them out now.
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    Kristi if you get the bigger carton of them, it's the equivalent of 15 eggs and it's right around $4 - I'm not sure though they are probably cheaper at the commissary. I was just at Walmart because I needed soy sauce quickly, and decided to just give it a shot. The commissary had been out when I last looked.
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    They are good. My Grandmother used to cook with them.
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    the cheese and chive ones are GREAT if you want an omlette!!
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