I have an 8 mo old EE pullet that lays very soft shelled eggs. (Yes they get layer crumbles AND have oyster shells out AND I feed their old shells back to them- any help with that problem would be greatly appreciated too.) Anyway, for the past two days her eggs have had broken shells. Well, more like dented shells. It doesn't look like them membrane was ruptured, just the shell is cracked. Can I cook these eggs and eat them? Her eggs are super tasty, so I want to eat them. But not enough to risk my family getting sick. Thanks in advance for any advice!