I think today is going to be my lucky day.
This morning I was preparing my breakfast of scrambled eggs and the first one I cracked open had a double yolk. In the picture it is the two little yolks on the right side. I have never experienced this before and it startled me for a moment. I researched it online and found that it is fairly rare to find a double yolk in an egg. Also, some consider it good luck. Here are some other facts about eggs. And here are a few facts that I found interesting:
- Eggs are placed in their cartons large end up to keep the air cell in place and the yolk centered.
- To tell if an egg is raw or hard-cooked, spin it! If the egg spins easily, it is hard-cooked but if it wobbles, it is raw.
- The entire month of May has been declared "National Egg Month".