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  • Never put all your eggs in one basket. - 736
  • Eggs should be refrigerated at 45 degrees F. Do not eat raw eggs, or you may get sick. One egg contains about 245 mg cholesterol. - 193
  • First eggs are inspected and classified according to weight (or size) expressed in ounces per dozen. Egg grading, then, is the grouping of eggs into lots having similar characteristics as to quality and weight. - 195
  • The normal egg has an oval shape with one end larger than the other, and it tapers toward the smaller end. These ends of an egg are commonly called the large end (air cell end) and the small end.
    An egg shell that approximates the usual shape and that is of good even texture and strength and free from rough areas or thin spots. Slight ridges and rough areas that do not materially affect the shape, texture, and strength of the shell are permitted. - 196
  • The egg white should be clean and firm and no blood spots. - 197
  • Old eggs float in the water. - 250
  • Caged chicken hens tend to sleep and poop in the nest box. This results in contaminated eggs. - 429
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Author: Valerie Bernard - Id: 284

There is more than one way to cook an egg and apparently I'm supposed to ask first rather than automatically scrambling them every time. Who knew?? Just when you think you are doing someone a favor.




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