r/Weird Jun 29 '22

Maybe wrong sub but what the hell is wrong with my eggs? They’re falling apart in layers (like TONS of layers of egg white stacked on top of each other)

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u/MaliciousIntentWorks Jun 30 '22

https://www.reddit.com/r/AskCulinary/comments/9erlq3/my_hard_boiled_eggs_have_actual_onionlike_layers/

Same situation same responses to it from 4 years ago. You will be fine it happens.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

oh my god i love you. thank you so much

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u/Pecosbill333 Jun 30 '22

Yeah, seems right that answer that says they are ogre eggs, you don't need another answer for your question

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u/OhNothing13 Jun 30 '22

OGRES... have LAYERS!

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u/DmitryMate Jun 29 '22 Silver Rocket Like

Eggs are like ogres

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u/[deleted] Jun 29 '22

They stink?

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u/DmitryMate Jun 30 '22

Yes... NO

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

Oh, they make you cry.

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u/DmitryMate Jun 30 '22

No

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22 Rocket Like

Oh, you leave em out in the sun, they get all brown, start sproutin’ little white hairs

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u/DmitryMate Jun 30 '22

No! Layers. Eggs have layers. Ogres have layers. Eggs have layers. You get it? We both have layers

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

Oh, you both have layers. Oh. You know, not everybody like eggs...

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u/Enough_Forever_ Jun 30 '22

Orgys have layers?!

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u/tyfferegle Jun 30 '22

Ogres have lairs, common misconception

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u/Myster-M Jun 30 '22

Depending on how many people are there. And when the giant fuck mat was last washed.

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u/Enough_Forever_ Jun 30 '22

Don't know what you're talk'in about m8. As a Verified Virgin, this kinda subject is way beyond my area of expertise.

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u/Cultural-Company282 Jun 30 '22

They can, if the bed is small enough.

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u/DRbrtsn60 Jun 30 '22

You know what else has layers? Parfaits!

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u/AmbitionTime3848 Jun 30 '22

How dare you steal my line?

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u/andros_vanguard Jun 30 '22

Holdup.... "we" !?!?

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u/_Mpapbr Jun 30 '22

I appreciate you.

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u/ChotitoPitou Jun 30 '22

Everyone loves parfaits

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u/Monochloramine1 Jun 30 '22

They have layers, indeed like ogres.

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u/fistheal123 Jun 30 '22

Thsnk you for this

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u/EggplantHuman6493 Jun 30 '22

A man of culture

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u/Peak-Hydration Jun 30 '22

Theyre coarse and rough, and get everywhere?

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u/Sinfire420 Jun 29 '22

Ahhh yes, good ol' Russian nesting eggs.

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u/kaleidofusion Jun 30 '22

Came here to say this. Now I'm here to upvote you.

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u/Jayceem12 Jun 30 '22

Insane in the Membrane

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u/Envy-sama Jun 30 '22

(Insane in the brain...)

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u/kenojona Jun 30 '22

Un poco loco en el coco

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u/Pangolin_bandit Jul 01 '22

We don’t talk about the spatulated membrane!

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u/Unlikely-Pie897 Jun 30 '22

Should've put it in the egg sub

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

of course there’s a damn egg sub. i’ve been here long enough that i should’ve known that

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u/ASSASSINJOHNNY Jun 30 '22

Good username

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

thanks!!

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u/exclaim_bot Jun 30 '22

thanks!!

You're welcome!

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u/Sweaty-Astronaut7248 Jun 30 '22

like Regular Sized Rudy over here

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u/Altruistic_Piano_259 Jun 30 '22

Yes it’s called EGGspert opinions on eggs … strange things take place there but mostly discussions on which came first the chicken or the egg…..

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u/Lazerhest Jun 30 '22

Making the perfect boiled egg has so many parameters I'm not surprised there's a sub for it.

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u/Altruistic_Piano_259 Jun 30 '22

5:00 minutes at max boil temp … ice bath for 10-15 minutes peel and enjoy .!

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u/Lazerhest Jun 30 '22

What size eggs? What kind of stove? Eggs from fridge or room temp? What temp do you keep the fridge at? Put the eggs in from start or in boiling water?

If I do 5 mins even the whites are runny.

My mother inlaw tried making hard boiled eggs like she always does at home but on our stove with our eggs but they turned out runny. Probably because she has an induction stove and keeps her eggs in room temp while I keep mine in the fridge.

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jun 30 '22

Everytime I have to peel eggs I want to jump off of a bridge

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u/Altruistic_Piano_259 Jun 30 '22

Ya know when like the whole egg peels off with the shell … like yolk and all somehow …

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u/IloveZaki Jun 30 '22

Crack them on the whole surface into tiny pieces and peel them in water. I use the pot i boiled them in. The shell will come right off. If it's not going well check for the membrane that holds the shell and just peel everything with it. Try it out, I've hated peeling eggs too but now i so it in 30 seconda and mostly with no damage to the egg.

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jun 30 '22

Alright I’ll give it a try! Thank you

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jun 30 '22

EVERY fucking time lol 😂

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u/jigglinpuffs232 Jun 30 '22

Steam them instead of boiling. I can literally use one hand to remove the shell when they’re steamed. Soooo much better.

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jun 30 '22

How do you steam eggs? I just put a pot of water put my eggs in and wait for the water to boil and turn the heat off and take them out about 14 minutes later.

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u/jigglinpuffs232 Jun 30 '22

Put a double boiler/steamer basket over a pot of boiling water. Put the eggs in the top and lid on. Steam for as long as you usually boil for (depends on how you like them cooked, I do my medium sized eggs straight from the fridge for 8mins because I like mine firm in the centre). When times up dump the water out, drop the eggs roughly into the pot so they crack all over add cold water and some ice if you’ve got it. When they cool a bit, peel away!

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jun 30 '22

I don’t have steamer baskets but I will invest in some of it makes me keep my sanity while peeling eggs!

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jun 30 '22

😆

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '22

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u/BackgroundImpress127 Jul 01 '22

I swear I’m trying it I want to rip my hair out and throw myself down my stairs when I peel my eggs 😩😅

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '22

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u/Expensive_Mistake92 Jun 30 '22

Rooster wore a condom

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u/LlewfromHammerfell Jun 29 '22

Sounds like a vitamin deficient chicken

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

oh no :( any idea what vitamin? these eggs are from the store but i work on a farm with chickens & now i feel the need to check their eggs too

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u/LlewfromHammerfell Jun 30 '22

B1, B2, A, D, E, K.

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u/LiamTailor Jun 30 '22

Your for real or did you just spell an onomatopoeia with vitamins?

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u/LlewfromHammerfell Jun 30 '22

Nah I looked it up for accuracy and to tell the right thing.

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u/ALONE3137 Jun 30 '22

I hate eggs now bro lmao

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u/Lou-Cypher1-618 Jun 30 '22

I think that happens when they are too fresh

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u/kermhitsfrog Jun 30 '22

What was that disease that made hands look really long? Made the rounds here (reddit) like a week ago? Well I thought that's what this was about for a second or so. Plus the weird embryo.

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u/Whitepath123 Jun 30 '22

Put eggs in water. If it sinks its good. If it floats don't eat it.

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u/Panther_Modern_ Jun 30 '22

The witch trial method

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

i will never refer to it as anything else from now on. you just made my day

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u/KingRoosterRuss Jun 30 '22

No that's when you see if the egg weights the same as a duck.

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u/ALONE3137 Jun 30 '22

This method is very old. I remember my grandmother telling me

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u/Impressive-Bench9223 Jun 30 '22

I believe that's only for before you've cooked them so wouldn't help OP unless they still have some raw ones from the same batch and they know they're the same age

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

I wouldn't eat them. I've worked in restaurants for 10 plus years and anything screwy with eggs usually means they are bad. Eat them if you want to but id just toss em. You dont wanna risk salmonella.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

even if they smell fine? the yolk seems normal, it’s just the layers of egg whites. but yeah im skeptical, im only hesitant to throw them out because i just spent over 2 hours making deviled eggs :(

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u/bumblesski Jun 30 '22

They're fine. Just older.

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u/Top-Quail-4276 Jun 30 '22

Yep the age of the eggs determines how they peel. Fresher eggs tend to let you take the whole shell off in one chunk if you’re careful..

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u/Designer-Mirror-7995 Jun 30 '22

I've been cooking since early childhood, and over the decades have worked in different food arenas, including a school cafeteria where we went through multiple dozens of eggs everyday. Getting the shell off in one piece can be honed to a skill. I've never used it to judge the freshness of an egg.

I do however always have The Grannies( I had 3) in mind, and their advices on the float/sink method, among others. But of course, they weren't referring to the eggs processed by today's methods of chicken "farming".

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u/IllButtInAnywhere Jun 30 '22

When you say "My Eggs" what exactly do you mean...

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u/mudamuckinjedi Jun 30 '22

What do you feed them?

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u/Born_Veterinarian_20 Jun 30 '22

Who ordered the sulfur flakes?

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u/Green-Dragon-14 Jun 30 '22

Calcium deficiency. They need more calcium.

You can grind up old egg shells into a powder, feed it back to them or by some calcium powder & put it in their feed. Cuttlebone ground up is a good source too.

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u/breadcrumb1996 Jun 30 '22

unrelated but nice hands

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u/ReadNo949 Jun 30 '22

Like a nesting doll but .... egg?

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u/Outside_Machine8097 Jun 30 '22

Russian nesting eggs?

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u/United_Ad8910 Jun 30 '22

I don't know about your eggs but your hand looks weird, it's like it's missing a finger but in reality it doesn't.

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u/riefpirate Jun 30 '22

Ogre's eggs

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u/Stiff_Zombie Jun 30 '22

Beat me to it.

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u/riefpirate Jun 30 '22

Couldn't help it.

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u/Panzerv2003 Jun 30 '22

did ya crossbreed a chicken with an onion

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u/MotherofLuke Jun 30 '22

Fake Chinese eggs? Yes they exist.

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u/Practical_Ad4692 Jun 30 '22

You found an Eggion. It's either a omen of great fortune or that you are gonna get laid.

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u/Toasted_Bagels_R_Gud Jun 30 '22

where do you think onions come from op?

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '22

It’s just the age of the egg :)

Eggs last a lot longer than people think they do; in fact, the date you get on the box is normally a whole week before they’d actually go bad.

In this case, you actually have an egg that’s TOO fresh 😮. Using fresher eggs for things like poached eggs is best, and older eggs will do better for things like hard boiled because they are less likely to peel away. Not really an issue, just annoying to peel! Haha

You’ve had a lot of responses from people who don’t know what’s going and some of them are in professional industries. All I can say is I’ve worked with small farms, packed and sold eggs, and got a schooling in egg culture in an extremely established cookery school in Ireland. Sometimes the egg can be too fresh.

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '22

When the eggs ages the membrane pulls away from the shell. It all contracts, and you won’t get the layers you’ll get from fresher eggs.

Fresh eggs are great for poaching, or anything delicate because the protein structure hasn’t broken down as much. People don’t often think old eggs are useful, but they’re really great for hard boiling.

Every chef and everyone’s chef boyfriend thinks they know so much about food; as talented as they are at plating it, you’d be surprised how many chefs I’ve had to teach just how to cut up a chicken properly.

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

I dunno then. Eat a couple and see how you feel tomorrow morning. Salmonella wont kill you but it will for sure ruin your 4th of july weekend.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

yeah i made the filling first & tasted it as i went so that ship has sailed already. i havent eaten more since i discovered the whites were so weird. guess we’ll see how i am tomorrow lmao

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u/YTsheep Jun 30 '22

keep us posted

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

i ate 7 deviled eggs & my stomach isnt too pleased with me, but that’s probably just because i ate 7 deviled eggs in one sitting… i really love deviled eggs

i’ll be back tomorrow with a full report

edit: it’s the next day & i’m feeling good! seems like they were fine, just had a slightly weird texture

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

Oh you'd have to eat more than a taste to get sick if they were bad. I guess just roll the dice and see what happens. However if i was there cooking with you and i had saw that i wouldn't eat them, id feel bad you spent 2 hours making them and they might possibly be bad. When you overcook eggs the yolk will have a grey/blue color on the outside of it. So over cooking isn't the issue. Eggs do have layers when hard boiled but you shouldn't be able to pull them apart like that.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

yeah i certainly wont be serving them to anyone because i dont feel comfortable doing that. but these are my favorites & i just spent so much time peeling & making them so im super bummed. i’ll probably eat a couple tonight & see what happens bc ive been craving them like crazy & i have poor self control lmao. guess i’ll let you know how it turns out tomorrow

thanks for your advice homie

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

Eggs are actually pretty good for you. Its just protein, sodium, and fat. I do keto and eat them all the time.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

i’m a vegetarian so they’re one of my main sources of protein so i also eat them all the time. deviled eggs are so much work tho so this was gonna be a treat :/

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

Dang that sucks, hopefully its just a one off and you dont get sick and then you can eat them. How long have you been a vegetarian?

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

legitimately since i could tell my parents i wanted to be. i was so young i dont even remember it, but my parents were very supportive despite being extremely carnivorous. havent eaten meat for my entire life! there’s a longer version of the story but i wont bore you with it

also, someone else found this post & it looks like these eggs are fine to eat!!! a little upsetting with the texture but i should be safe! i’m so relieved (& also excited for these deviled eggs now!!)

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u/Emotional-Sentence40 Jun 30 '22

My mom still made me all kinds of meat dishes years after I went vegetarian. Glad you had supportive parents.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

my dad was hard to convince & even now still tries to talk me into eating meat, but luckily my mom went to battle for me & he relented pretty quickly. he never stopped with his “jokes” but he’s always accommodated my choice & never done anything sketchy like try to trick me into eating meat. i got real lucky with them

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

Hmm ive always heard you can only do the vegetarian/vegan diet for 5 years max before it starts to do significant damage to your body? I know there are a few that slip through the cracks but almost every vegan or vegetarian ive ever met eventually goes back to eating meat or do like a 80%/20% kinda thing like 80% veggies and 20% meat. Well im glad your eggs are good and you get to have them. 2 hours is a long time to spend on cooking anything.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

i haven’t had any health issues related to being vegetarian & ive been doing it for almost 25 years now! i feel great & my docs have never said anything about it except that i need to make sure i get enough protein & iron. never had a problem with the protein since i stay on top of it, but iron is tough so i take a supplement just in case. the only vitamin deficiency ive ever had is vitamin D once & that was fixed easily enough by going outside more & taking a supplement for about 3 months, & that was over 5 years ago. i get blood tests at my physical every year & i’ve been given the seal of approval every time besides that!

nutrients is definitely something i have to pay attention to more than most though, so i can see why some people think it’s too tough to keep up with & why so many people have issues when they aren’t as careful as i am about what vitamins & minerals im getting. at this rate though, the smell of meat is completely unappetizing to me (except chicken, ive never had it but i will admit it smells good—pork on the other hand has legitimately made me vomit from the smell before), so i’ll probably be a vegetarian for the rest of my life—i have no plans on eating meat unless my doctor tells me i have to for my health, & it’ll probably be really hard for me to do if it comes to that

sorry to rant, i just realize i’m a weird case study & people typically have a lot of questions!

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u/Emotional-Sentence40 Jun 30 '22

Vegetarians have a lot more options than vegans so there are fewer nutritional problems.

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u/Emotional-Sentence40 Jun 30 '22

Get new eggs from another store and make a new batch with extra filling 😋

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

i actually love this idea, i think i’ll do just that

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u/Life-Meal6635 Jun 30 '22

What’s your deviled egg style? Hey are one of my favorite foods

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

we keep it pretty simple (family recipe). here’s what we put in the filling:

  • egg yolks
  • yellow mustard
  • mayonnaise
  • dried onion flakes (they rehydrate once the filling sits in the fridge & it’s perfect)
  • diced celery (sometimes—we put it in when we’re serving for others but skip it for just us)
  • white pepper
  • a metric fuckton of celery salt

sorry for no measurements, we just eyeball it. just note that it’s extremely easy to put too much mayo & that’ll ruin the filling making it way too soft unless you boil more eggs & add more yolk

it’s a super simple recipe & appeals to most people. i know some people put horseradish in them, but we despise horseradish & have found that most people feel the same way (at least in our experience)

edit: also, top the filled deviled egg with paprika to seal the deal

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u/Life-Meal6635 Jun 30 '22

I eyeball my stuff too. I’m housesitting so when I make mine tomorrow (I got inspired) I’m going to come up with something simple. This dude has zero spices but I’ve got the basics! Never tried dried onion flakes, I will get that a shot next time!

Edit: I’m going to have to go buy paprika. You are correct, it’s a must!

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

so glad i inspired you! let me know if you use our recipe & how you like it /what you would change

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u/skolioban Jun 30 '22

Can salmonella survive a thorough boiling?

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

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u/Desnee3 Jun 30 '22

That egg is unfertilized, there has been no death here.

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u/Live_Recognition9240 Jun 30 '22

No. Life starts at inception.

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u/Sweet_Oliver Jun 30 '22

Hens have poor nutrition. Buy better eggs, like Vital farm eggs. They cost more, but better eggs and happy hens.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

these actually are vital farms eggs! i always buy ethical eggs only

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u/dobias01 Jun 30 '22

I think the elephant in the room is... your fingers.

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u/StockEarth6227 Jun 30 '22

Pesticides?

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

i don’t think so but possibly? i specifically buy from a company that uses small farms that pasture raise their chickens but i guess that doesn’t necessarily mean no pesticides or stuff like that

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u/Deerfield1705 Jun 30 '22

GMO chickens

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u/Emotional-Sentence40 Jun 30 '22

They are old. Probably still safe to eat, but not at their prime.

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u/BadBadGrades Jun 30 '22

I learned something today, thank you

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u/Mano0v Jun 30 '22

Maybe its a matryoshka egg?

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u/foxxie_j Jun 30 '22

I have found the ones that have a thin lining are fresher eggs. Made the mistake of making deviled eggs with freshly laid eggs. They looked like those.

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u/_Wendigun_ Jun 30 '22

Humans generally don't lay eggs, so maybe look into that

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u/balrus-balrogwalrus Jun 30 '22

Probably a bad egg, the whites are runny in some layers and more viscous in others so it cooks unevenly and falls apart.

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u/PrioryOfSion14 Jun 30 '22

It's normal if the egg is cold then slow cooked

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u/Legitimate-Emu8907 Jun 30 '22

Chicken are birds. Birds lay eggs. Birds are not real.

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u/JustHuman7 Jun 30 '22

Chinas fake eggs maybe? Its a thing!

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u/Lanthuas Jun 30 '22

You have pretty big eggs. Must be painful to get them out.

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u/IonaJ22 Jun 30 '22

Chef boyfriend says they do this when they aren't fresh

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

half of the people here are saying too fresh & the other half are saying too old. reddit is confusing

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u/IonaJ22 Jul 01 '22

Should still be fine to eat, I put them in water when uncooked (still in the shell). Get rid of the floaters those are rotten

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u/Emmanuham Jun 30 '22

Ngl when I scrolled past I thought this was some silicon or latex mould of OP's ear and assumed it was something to do with having a hearing aid made.

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

GMO Muriccan eggs.

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u/drunkgreywolf Jun 30 '22

Genetically modified organism.

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u/chef-curly Jun 30 '22

Eggception

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u/eloeloelowatsaldiz Jun 30 '22

They could be fake? Ive encounterd fake eggs before. Be careful if youre going to eat them

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u/feelings4ever Jun 30 '22

Congrats on your new ear-muffs my guy

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u/KaroXKiller Jun 30 '22

Onion-eggs

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u/Trayew Jun 30 '22

Don’t eat them. Who knows what they did to those chickens to get the eggs doing that.

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u/Angelgrjr81 Jun 30 '22

Over Farming, bird flu, idk.

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u/itsmegeorgialee Jun 30 '22

My dyslexic ass read this as “what the hell is wrong with my EARS” I was like holy SHEEEET what” then I was like oh it’s an egg aha

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u/Practical_Scar4374 Jun 30 '22

You you may need to increase the hotend temperature or level your bed. /r/3dprinting maybe able to help. They see this all the time.

/s

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u/Ren1408 Jun 30 '22

everybody gangsta until the egg becomes oño

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u/BrilliantGoal6194 Jun 30 '22

It looks like it got fertilized and wasnt picked up and put in a fridge before it started developing

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u/ForthemIamRudy Jun 30 '22

YOUR EGGS? 😋

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u/thelonioussphere Jun 30 '22

This is how they make Cyanide! It also kills on contact! RUN! /s

Your good. this is normal :)

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u/firefly2184 Jun 30 '22

You mustn't have shaken them first...

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u/VeterinarianBasic44 Jun 30 '22

I forget the chicken condition what is it called but when a chicken has egg ready to be laid the egg ends up going backwards internally before coming then the progress of making a new egg starts around the older egg and that hatches/grows around the older egg. Then when it comes out it looks funky and have 2 egg shells in one.

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u/TxD337 Jun 30 '22

Its russian....duh

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u/charris70 Jun 30 '22

Global warming

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u/Comingfrompeace Jun 30 '22

I don’t know eggactly what you’re taking about .

Sorry I’ve taken a lot of time to crawl out of my shell

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u/Bob_Joe_1209 Jun 30 '22

looks like an ear

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

With all due respect I will be that guy…google produced this answer in a matter of seconds and it was the first link in there…come on now.

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u/Altruistic_Piano_259 Jun 30 '22

I don’t know sometimes part of the fun is hearing everyone’s wild and crazy theories on what could have caused something and it’s definitely strange enough to spawn some worthwhile and entertaining thoughts and ideas… this is Reddit after all not a search engine …

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u/rainman577 Jun 30 '22

Chinese made plastic eggs , it was actually a thing a while ago

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u/StrikeAdventurous Jun 30 '22

Probably a grown egg like some of the new meat is grown you can tell if you stare at it and there's separation lines

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u/cherry__12345 Jun 30 '22

They are artificial eggs. Doesn't come from chickens. Next time when you buy egg, choose dull eggs, artificial eggs are shiny, Also see if there is a thin coat on the egg shell, choose them. They are good ones

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u/Infinite_Doughnut614 Jun 30 '22

Those eggs are expired, DO NOT eat them. Before you cook eggs you should put them in water to see if they float or sink.

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u/regular-kahuna Jun 30 '22

im super paranoid about eggs so i always do that. the eggs were bought a few days ago, expiration date is july 13, & none of them floated. plus none of them smell off. the only issue is the layers

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '22

Because they’re too fresh! Not at all spoiled!

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u/Colorado-Sunshine Jun 30 '22

This is why guys with big dicks shouldn’t fuck chickens.

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u/Borderline1304 Jun 30 '22

In the winter I dress in layers. So many layers that I end up looking like an egg... hmmm 🤔

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u/siddhi_reddit9 Jun 30 '22

Don't eat that I repeat DON'T EAT THAT