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2. Beat the Eggs Until They're Blended

One the eggs are in the mixing bowl, you can opt to add either water or milk to the mix. Additionally, a pinch of salt and pepper (or sugar, if you're making a sweet omelette) never goes amiss. It's also worth remembering that the more salt you add to your omelette mix, the odder it might taste. Only a pinch should do the trick. When you have everything you want in your mix, take your whisk and beat the eggs until they're properly blended. When the mix looks fluffy and reaches a consistent, creamy shade of yellow, they're ready to go in the pan.

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