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WHAT ARE THE STRINGY WHITE PIECES IN EGG WHITES?

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These rope-like strands of egg white, called chalazae (ka-LAY-zee) are not imperfections or beginning embryos but a natural, edible part of the egg. They keep the egg yolk centered in the thick white. This is another sign of freshness because as the egg ages, the chalazae becomes less noticeable. more
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