Black Egg Yolk

Sulphur

Hatching
May 22, 2015
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Hi,

I bought a carton of eggs from the local market. Four were left in the refrigerator. I made an omelette with three and then cleaned the skillet to make an egg for my dog. The fourth one was a horrific black. The pan was hot and the smell is simply unbelievable.

As the egg got hotter, it turned green and black and the so-called white part looked like an almost clear liquid that was curdling.

I think it will be years before I crack another egg. The smell is so bad that even with the windows open, UV air filtration, commercial grade essential oil diffuser, and windows open, I cannot breathe.

This is the worst egg experience in my life. I think I will soon become a vegan.

This has to be really dangerous. For the record, the shell looked perfectly normal.

Struggling for air!
 

gillisjordan

Chirping
Mar 31, 2015
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Antigonish County, NS
Sounds like a rotten egg. If you put your eggs (before cooking) into a bowl of cold water you can check to see if they're good to eat. If they sink they're good and if they float throw them out. Thats a big advantage of everything homegrown, everything is always fresh, no question about it!
 

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