How to Make Scrambled Eggs without milk, oil or salt – Cooking with Geoff (from

Geoff from shows how he makes Scrambled Eggs, a popular way to prepare eggs for breakfast.

Almond Milk is used as a substitute for dairy milk. No oil is used. “Mrs Dash” spice is used as a replacement for salt.

This Scrambled Eggs recipe comes from Geoff’s mom, who taught this technique of “scraping the pot” to Geoff when he was 10 years old.

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*** Please note: Geoff uses Free Run Canada Eggs. Please be nice to chickens and choose Free Run or Free Range eggs if available.


Music credit:

“Live at the mixtro” by Jeris
2012 – Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)

“Good Day” by Alex Beroza
2012 – Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)

Technical notes:

Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V recording in 60p, 1080p, AVCHD, with tripod.
Audio recorded using a Sennheiser Lapel microphone attached to a Zoom H1, recorded in 24bit 48khz.

Audio was synced with video using Pluraleyes from Singular Software.

Audio was processed in Audacity
In Audacity, for mastering I used the Normalize/DC Offset removal, SC4 compressor, and W1 limiter (Betabugs gui: )

Video edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7, 16GB ram, USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).

Audio ducking (using VST Sidechain Compression directly in 64 bit Adobe Premiere) was used to reduce the music volume dynamically underneath my voiceover. To learn how to use this powerful sidechaining technique using the free Molot VST compressor, please visit my tutorial page at:


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3 thoughts on “How to Make Scrambled Eggs without milk, oil or salt – Cooking with Geoff (from

  1. Mom

    Hello Geoff,
    I’m flattered that you learned scrambled eggs from me! I used to put in some margarine or butter.
    So, I was surprised that your eggs did not totally stick to the pot and burn. Your diligent spoon scraping was the key, I suspect. Did that actually make enough for two plates? Good for you! I haven’t made scrambled for years either. Hmm, I think I’ll have some for breakfast tomorrow. Yours looked delicious – Congratulations!
    Love, Mom

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