double yolk eggs

I’ve given it some thought and come to the conclusion that I would soft boil a double yolker for slightly longer, Tuna.

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Great thanks for getting back to me

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No problem, pal. All the best.

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Had a double yolker last month. Of course it was momentous enough to take a photo :+1:

I’ve forgotten what this means. :smiley:. I’m sure I used to know

Joker?

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Thank you . I think I was struggling cos I assumed it was something ruder than that

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My mum gets eggs from a local farm and pretty much every one is a double yolker. I wonder if there is a link between the hen’s happiness and welfare and producing them? or is it a particular breed? I’m going to find out.

A double yolk occurs when a chicken releases two yolks into the same shell and are usually produced by young chickens whose reproductive systems have not fully matured. Double yolks can also come from older chickens nearing the end of their egg producing period. Eggs with double yolks are perfectly safe to eat.

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