What’s the Weird White String in Raw Eggs?

Leah Goggins February 23, 2022

Whether you’re cracking eggs for a baking project or just scrambling up your breakfast, you’re bound to notice that there are four parts to every egg you pick up at the grocery store: the shell, the clear white (albumen), the yolk and whatever that white string is. 

That string is called a chalaza—pronounced kuh-LAY-zuh. According to the American Egg Board, eggs actually have two chalazae inside their shell.  Read more HERE.

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