I'm not normally very squeamish about egg inclusions, and will happily eat blood spots or weird white mucousy eggs. But this morning I found something really weird. Inside the egg, in the white, was a small glob of what looked like tiny balls. Like a cluster of insect eggs (yucky!). Grey in color, distinct ball-shaped things in a mass about 1/4" across. A few single specs elsewhere in the white. I dug them out with a spoon and they don't feel terribly hard and grainy, but not mushy either. The only thing chicken-related I can think of that looks like this is when you get those rough eggs with calcium deposits on them.. the ones that look like tiny balls on the egg? This looked a little like that, but INSIDE an otherwise normal-looking egg. And not attached to the shell, just the white. Has anyone seen anything like this? Do I need to be concerned? By the way, I did eat the egg... so I'm hoping it's not something really gross or dangerous!