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Mushroom Omelet

titleServings: 2
Total Time: 10 min.

Ingredients

3 medium eggs
Pinch salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 tablespoon butter, divided
⅓ cup sliced fresh mushrooms

Directions

  • In a small bowl, combine the eggs, 2 tablespoons water, salt, and pepper.
  • Beat with a fork until ingredients are well mixed.
  • Heat a nonstick skillet over medium heat, and add ½ tablespoon butter.
  • Add the mushrooms, and cook until tender. Remove from the pan,and set aside.
  • Add the remaining butter, and heat until melted.
  • Stir eggs gently with a heatproof, nonmetallic spatula. Add the mushrooms, and cook until eggs are firm. Fold in half. Serve.
Comments (15)Add Comment
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written by Liz, August 05, 2011
I finished reading the book a few weeks ago and just started the diet this week. I feel great and have tons of energy. I also have tons of questions. I think I am following the plan pretty well, I am not a terribly creative person so the recipes in the book are great as are the meal ideas, but based on what the book says I should be eating more veggies and fruits than appear to be in the daily plan. Am I missing something? I am afraid I am eating too much.
Also, I travel a ton for my job and don't always have a way of making my own meals. What suggestions can you give to help me stay on the diet while I am on the road.
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written by Linda K, March 22, 2011
I have been buying sprouted grain bread found in the frozen food aisle. Is this type of bread better than the regular flour bread esp on your plan?
thank you
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written by Perfect 10 Team, February 04, 2011
Noelle,

Dropping caffeine all together is not a pre-requisite for the Perfect 10 Diet, however limiting your caffeine intake to one cup of coffee a day will enable your body to lose weight easier.
Good luck to you and keep us posted!

Perfect 10 Team
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written by Noelle, February 02, 2011
I know for a fact that I will be unable to quit caffeine completely. Should I even bother with this system if I will still be drinking coffee daily? I believe I can get down to one cup....
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written by Perfect 10 Team, October 01, 2010
Hi Angelique!
Good luck to you starting the diet today. We are sure it will benefit your health and help you reach your weight loss goals.
Using soy sauce in moderation is perfectly acceptable on Perfect 10 diet. Even though we suggest you give up coffee all together, we understand that it is next to impossible for some people. As long as you only have your cappuccino once every other day, it should not have a great effect on your diet results.
Keep us posted!
Good luck!
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written by angelique , October 01, 2010
I have just bought the book and am getting through it and intend on starting tomorrow - just a quick question - i use light soy sauce to flavour most of my steamed veges to stop using salt - is soy sauce ok to have - i would also use it to have sashimi - if i can't use it what would use in its place - also is having a cappuncino with stevia every couple of days upset the stage 1 phase???
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written by Perfect 10 Team, August 11, 2010
Dolores,

Perfect 10 diet will be a great choice for you despite your allergies. Unlike other diets that eliminate certain food groups all together, our diet uses all food groups. Also, don't be afraid to substitute ingredients here and there.
Keep us posted on your progress.
Good luck!
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written by Dolores Wagner, August 11, 2010
I'm just reading about this diet. I have allergies to things like mushrooms, soy, eggs, etc. How can I use this diet?I struggle to loose weight even though I try to stay away from processed foods & eat mainly from cooking from scratch.
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written by Kountinya, January 22, 2010
Hi,

I picked up this book. Im in India & a Vegetarian but have eggs. The max percentage of recipes are poultry, meat, fish based. Wd appreciate more veg based diets to get the maximum benefit from picking up this book

Look forward to your reply

Thanks,
Kount
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written by Kountinya, January 22, 2010
Hi,

I live in India & a Vegetarian with exception to having eggs occasionally. I picked up this book on flipkart.com & done with two chapters, its an insightful great read. I skipped few pages & went to the recipe pages, but to my disappointment, i found a high percentage of the recipes given there have chicken, meat or fish. Would u be able to suggest few veg recipes also so that i can also get the best possible results.

Look forward to your response

Best Regards
Kountinua
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written by LyronBennett, January 13, 2010
Hi Janet,

Thanks for your question! I believe that what is pictured on that plate with the omelet is mango, banana and strawberries. And it does look like the intrepid person who made the omelet and took a photo of it for us did add peppers and onions to the recipe. Which is fine as those veggies are totally appropriate on this diet. To get more accurate pictures I would love if you wanted to make some of the recipes and take pictures of it! We will put it up on the Facebook page or here. I hope that answers your question!

And Corinne, I know you posted this question here and on the other recipe page, which is where I replied to it. I hope it helps!

Hope you are both having a great year!
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written by Corinne Eldridge, January 10, 2010
I'm like Janet.....what are the other food items served with the omelet. Quickly looking at your list of what not to buy, I wonder what will I buy at the store. I live in a small town with only a few options for grocery shopping. What kinds of food will I have to buy to go on this 'diet'????
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written by Janet Schafer, January 06, 2010
I am looking at the photo of the mushroom omelet compared to the recipe. The photo shows ingredients that are not mentioned in the recipe.. my guess would be that there are red & green bell peppers and maybe some onions in the egg mixture. What is in the omelet pictured on the web site? Also, what are the other items on the plate? Strawberries, cheese and Tofu?
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written by LyronBennett, January 04, 2010
Great question! The calories and fat are not indicated in the recipes, because, as you will see, the Perfect 10 diet is not a calorie counting diet. It is about eating good food, in moderation, to get your hormones balanced and give you the best chance at a long, healthy and beautiful life. If you still have questions after you read the book, well, I'll be here to answer them! Hope you are on your way to a Perfect New Year!
~Lyron
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written by Tracee, December 06, 2009
I've ordered the book and am eagerly awaiting it's arival. I'm curious about the recipes in the book, is the nutrutional information broke down there...fat and calories, etc.?

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