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  • n. Plural form of omelet.


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  • Instead, she's the relatively sane member of a squad that leans too heavily on eccentricities: a ex-baseball player partner (Jeremy Renner) who puts pretzels in omelets; a detective (Lost's Harold Perrineau) with an unnatural fear of death; and another (Adam Goldberg) with an unnatural desire to die.

    'Southland,' 'The Unusuals' don't make their case

  • But it's great in omelets, smothered in sandwiches, with chips and salsa or just by the spoonful (just kidding, but hey if that's your preference, no judgement here).

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Come summer, I know I'm going to use it a lot in omelets, pasta, pizzas and salads!

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • I made a couple of changes to the recipe, since I didn't have any nutritional yeast I left that out, I added green peppers (because I love green peppers in omelets), and lastly I used Black Salt, a spice that I found last week at Jungle Jims, in the Indian food section.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • I love it as an alternate to cilantro, and especially use it in omelets, quesadillos, and bean dishes.


  • The tiny, tender ones can go in omelets or salads or be used as garnish.

    Chaya, the Maya miracle plant

  • My omelets are the same way -- a gloopy mess -- with soggy vegetables.


  • Serve Mexican-style "omelets" with tofu sour creme and your favorite salsa.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Serve Italian-style "omelets" with a non-dairy béchamel or cheesy sauce, or marinara simple tomato sauce, or grated soy mozza.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • In the photos for this blog post, I made the Italian-style version, and topped the "omelets" with some leftover homemade spaghetti sauce, mixed with some leftover tofu sour creme, and added some sautéed oyster mushrooms and a sprinkle of my homemade Okara Parmesan.



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