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Can You Crack These Egg Facts?

Is there anything more recognizable across the globe than a single chicken egg? The ovoid protein is a fixture during every occasion, from breakfast fry-ups to dessert soufflés — and, with a repertoire that includes Spanish tortillas and Ethiopian doro wat, it dots every corner of the world's culinary landscape.

You may be a regular when it comes to enjoying eggs, but what do you really know about them? In honor of May being National Egg Month, I'm going to list out a number of facts, and I want you to either confirm them or dispel them. Can you crack these questions? Take the quiz to find out.

Can You Crack These Egg Facts?

T/F: The older a hen gets, the larger her eggs become.

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Rowan87 Rowan87 3 years
Something can't be rare and be "not unusual." unusual means not habitually or commonly occurring or done. so not unusual means it is commonly occurring, so it can't also be common, yet rare. Does anyone read these posts before they go on the site?
Martha2845125 Martha2845125 4 years
that was an easy quiz.
Geminispoppy Geminispoppy 4 years
Hm, i grew up on a farm, and some of those answers don't seem right..
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