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14 April 2010


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Suzonne Stirling

Egg white changes the texture of the drink, but not the flavor, so I'm not surprised that you still liked it. You have to really squeeze your orange peel to get that mist of oil to mask the egg white, but I understand - It took me a long time to agree to try egg whites in my drinks!


I made this last weekend and it was amazing! The one thing, though, is that I like it much better without any egg white. I know you don't get that beautiful frothiness, but the slight raw egg smell (maybe I just imagined it) turns my stomach.


That drink has "this weekend" written all over it! I can't wait to try it!

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