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Question: How was the yoke (in Episode 1) so big
CHRISTMAS LECTURES, egg, yolk
Asked by oscarwatts to Gill on 27 Jan 2019.
answered on 27 Jan 2019:
I guess it was because the egg was so big. If you look at a tiny egg the yolk is in proportion to the size.
I’ve eaten an ostrich egg once (not all of it, we shared it between quite a few of us). That egg was massive, so the yolk was too.
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