So, a few weeks ago I cracked open an egg (unfortunately INTO my muffin batter, no more muffins!) that had kind of a gray film or something over half the yolk. It didn't smell bad, but I figured it had just been old. Today I cracked open one that had the same type of gray coating over part of the yolk, centered around the white stringy thing which I assume is the umbilical cord or something? I threw that one away before it occurred to me to take a picture. Next egg okay, then the next egg had this in it- It wasn't on the little white circle, that was on the other side. It's actually attached to the yolk, I couldn't pull it off or anything. It doesn't seem like a worm, just like a clump of flesh or something. It isn't a meat spot, is it? The pictures I found of those were really small. Any idea what any of this stuff is? The two eggs today I'm sure are less than two weeks old. Thanks!