No, it is usually caused by a blood burst vessel on the egg during the forming process.
The colour of an egg depends on the breed of the chicken, as well as it’s health and diet. The contents of the eggs are all the same.
When egg sizes are not specified in recipes it is internationally accepted that large are indicated.
Raw egg mixture can be kept in the fridge for a day.
Eggs can be frozen but not in their shells. Egg white can be frozen without any additions. Whole eggs (mixed thoroughly) freeze excellently with the following additions: For every 12 eggs add 5ml salt or 20ml sugar or 20ml honey or 10ml glycerine. Frozen eggs must be left to thaw before used.
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*Circumference: The length of the egg if it were opened up and straightened out to a line segment.