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    i was having a cooked breakfast this morning(ish) but when i cracked the egg, while the yoke was their, it didnt seem to have any white, it just looked like a clearish liquid and spread very thin across the pan. i tried pushing it togther but i didnt cook very well. Although it did start to go slightly white towards the end.

    i threw it in the bin

    just a weirdo egg?
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    Hahahaha omg weirdo egg? You're adorable xD
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    Take it back for a refund.
    Or sue the chicken for giving you a serious case of mind *uck.

    Whichever you prefer.
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    It got fertilised


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    (Original post by emily_something)
    i was having a cooked breakfast this morning(ish) but when i cracked the egg, while the yoke was their, it didnt seem to have any white, it just looked like a clearish liquid and spread very thin across the pan. i tried pushing it togther but i didnt cook very well. Although it did start to go slightly white towards the end.

    i threw it in the bin

    just a weirdo egg?
    Sounds like it could have been out of date, or getting close to it? The older an egg is, the more watery the white gets. Skip to 7:00 on this Heston Blumenthal show for a fuller explanation;

    http://www.channel4.com/programmes/h...on/4od#3296439
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    Sounds like it could have been out of date, or getting close to it? The older an egg is, the more watery the white gets. Skip to 7:00 on this Heston Blumenthal show for a fuller explanation;

    http://www.channel4.com/programmes/h...on/4od#3296439
    thanks!

    might even try a poached egg tomorrow (with fresh egg of course)!
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    (Original post by emily_something)
    thanks!

    might even try a poached egg tomorrow (with fresh egg of course)!
    No worries :yy:

    A good poached egg is one of the easiest and best things to cook :coma:
 
 
 
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