Long eggs?


Bunk Strutts at Say No To Crack explains where these “long eggs” come from. Why, from long chickens, of course!
“Yep they’re longer, bigger hens. But we don’t raise ‘em for the meat so much as the aigs. A reglar chicken don’t lay no more than one a day. These chickens lay one long one every three days, an’ it take about three hens lined up to hatch it.”


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I worked at a resturant salad bar back in the mid-70's and we used these "eggs" for egg slices. Needless to say, this technology has been around for a LONG time.
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