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Jan 6th, 2010 at 11: 30 am magic_wookie: meh, hugely disappointing. ordered the veg pork ramen to go (last time i order noodles to go … way too much packaging!). completely void of vegetables, unless you count the tiny ramekin of koktogi (radish kimchi). and completely void of flavor. plus there were only 3 dried out slices of pork and half a yolkless egg. wtf.
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But Michael Foods 'chief executive officer Richard Olson, who has built it into a $455 million firm in five years, contends that sales of egg-white alternatives have been hampered by the fact that the yolkless products are bland imitations of the real item.
"I've noticed that the cost of plastic eggs -- which I stuff with candy and cash -- have gone down at my CVS pharmacy," said the bunny, dining on a yolkless egg frittata at Ina's eatery, 1235 W. Randolph.
has nayone tried it with yolkless eggs, or with whites only?
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