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    scrambled cubed eggs? OK! I guess that is one way to produce a breakfast on an assembly line I wonder if there is another extension to the line that cuts them into proportions size and deposits them on a serving dish or puts them in a box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    scrambled cubed eggs? OK! I guess that is one way to produce a breakfast on an assembly line I wonder if there is another extension to the line that cuts them into proportions size and deposits them on a serving dish or puts them in a box.
    Found this longer youtube video of same production line, says Japanese Omelette;



    And of course the beauty of YT, it keeps suggesting other videos to watch;

    A different production line of the same Omelette, and they package these into plastic containers. But then they show a bun with a slice of this omelette.


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    Quote Originally Posted by metric_taper View Post
    Found this longer youtube video of same production line, says Japanese Omelette;



    And of course the beauty of YT, it keeps suggesting other videos to watch;

    A different production line of the same Omelette, and they package these into plastic containers. But then they show a bun with a slice of this omelette.

    Thanks metric taper I figured there would be more. Still just looks like cubed scrambled eggs to me. Where is the ham cheese jalapenos & onions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    Thanks metric taper I figured there would be more. Still just looks like cubed scrambled eggs to me. Where is the ham cheese jalapenos & onions?
    I was thinking the same thing, egg omelettes are very bland. Seems the technique is to make them large rolls.
    I've been getting into eating casseroles with canned Chipotle in adobo. Some heat, but much flavor. Winter food for my local. I've seen some of your posts on eating super hot peppers, that's a bit beyond my pain desire. But around here in Iowa, I comment they have 2 flavors of food, bland, and blander. The Tex Mex is marginal, as the locals have zero tolerance for any capsaicin acid. I'm not into the hot pepper, as much as spicy components. And that just don't exist here. At least my wife and I, can cook at home. I grilled some custom cut, 1-3/4" Porterhouse steaks tonight on lump charcoal (appears to be made from Mesquite), 7-3/4 minutes per side, very rare. They were supposed to be last nights new years dinner, but I took a nap, and woke up too late. It was a nice change from chicken, pork, meat loaf.

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    An Army DR. at Ft Sam Houston stuck me on a bland diet once due to a gall bladder inflammation. I stuck to his potato soup with no salt of black pepper type diet for about 4 days while drinking the chalk substance and downing the capsules he had prescribed. The pain had not subsided at all during the 4 days. The roach coach showed up at the motor pool by mistake on the morning of the 5th day. I didn't see anything that looked even remotely edible even if I wasn't suffering from the pain, so around at the back where the condiments were kept I spied a gallon jar of jalapenos. I asked the guy how much for 10 of them he said if you buy anything to eat anything at all you can take as many as you want. So I bought 2 cups of coffee a bag of BBq chips and a glazed doughnut then grabbed another coffee cup and filled it with the peppers. The guy looked at me as if to say well its your stomach.
    I gave 1 of the coffees and the glazed to the MTR Sgt. then sat down and ate the cup full of jalapenos and the bag of chips and drank the very rotten tasting burnt black coffee. this was in 1973 and to this day I have never had an abdominal or lower GI pain again the gut truck guys had GOOD HOT jalapenos on their little trucks in San Antonio.
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    I've never figured out why some jalapenos are killer hot, and some the same as sweet green pepper. Must be genetics, and growing conditions. I was still a kid in North Dakota, when we got a new neighbor through my parents back yard. The guy was Col. Abraham Muscari. He was fresh from Vietnam, trying to train the Vietnamese to operate tanks (Cavalry). He was the new commander of the local university (U of ND) ROTC. He would grow Arbol peppers, and he would pick them when available, throw them in a spaghetti sauce. He introduced me to capsaicin. Otherwise I would probably be one of those bland diet folks. He was an interesting guy, had millions of stories. Sadly Prostate cancer took him 20 years ago.

    So why did the hot pepper cure your gall bladder inflammation? I've always thought that cultures around the world that live in hot climates used peppers to rid them of internal parasites. But a gall bladder could be some sort of liver fluke, which is a problem with Vietnam vets;
    https://www.disabledveterans.org/201...ngiocarcinoma/

    I turned 18 just as Vietnam was ending, and the draft closed as well. My dad stayed in Army reserve since his WWII service, and ended up with Col. rank before retiring (1980). He passed 3 years ago, but he was 94. He would go on active duty every summer, which he loaded up a big station wagon, and we (I'm #2 of 8) drove to all parts of the US that had a base that he would train at while mom would keep us occupied. His mission was something to do with NUKs. It was the main reason we ended up in ND. He managed the 500 civilians at the GFAFB, that started in 55, when it was still a farm field (cold war).

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    Didn't actually make Nam at least not for long enough periods of time to call my self a Nam vet. my gall bladder issue was a latent carryover symptom of an intestinal parasite acquired during a jungle training exercise in Panama earlier that year, probably contracted from eating under cooked meat, and could have been brought on by the injections and drugs that were used to dissolve it. But you would never get an Army doc. to admit to anything. when I ate the peppers that morning I was looking more for the kill than the cure. I was ready to force them to cut me open or embalm me. Years earlier a couple friends and I had challenged each other to a burn down eating a bowl of chili piquins, probably made as much sense as what the kids of today do by eating tide pods we had blisters in our mouths and throats from eating them, the coffee cup full of jalapenos weren't anywhere near as hot as those deadly little BB sized things were but they still made me break out in a sweat and burned all the way down. SGT. Pose' said well my young sgt. you have some stones to eat those things is all I have to say about it, I guess you'll either die or get better won't you. If you die you will probably be court marshaled for destruction of Gov. property, if you live they will probably send your butt to Vietnam. Well they did a while after that but on TDY for prisoner escort retrieval duty. When you are assigned to an MP batallon your primary MOS means nothing to the Proveost Marshal at one time or another you will wear the white had and arm band
    Anyway since that day I have never ate anything that is not cooked completely
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    I think they are making tamago...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamagoyaki
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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    I think they are making tamago...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamagoyaki
    I would say that is the most likely description, probably just called it an omelet for those of us who are not culturally savy of Japanese cuisines.
    Sake in an omelet HUM, maybe old #7 might be a suitable alternative or 2 fingers of the purple sock



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