Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by BrianK, Sep 18, 2019.
since Sunday with cake cooking and meals etc, what are the Odds
7 double yokes in one carton.
It’s one in a thousand for ONE double yolker! Someone can do the math.......but it’s huge!
Tried googling but it is doing my head in
I just checked their site on FB, some one on 7sep got 12 out of 12
Time for a lottery ticket mate.......
Cathy got told that on Monday mate. Couple scratchies and lotto but didn’t work, try aging with the 150 mill power ball
This is what was doing my head in
Thats awesome. Great laying hens hopefully.
Were they commercial shop bought eggs, or a local producer?
Genetically modified chickens.
Adelaide Plain free range chickens
There's some weird stuff happening out around that new dump Brian.
Funny thing z we get home grown ones these days from locals and seldom get a double yolker.
Some happy chooks there BrianK.
I'd love a dozen double yokers !
Next time you need a dozen eggs..... just buy half a dozen.
That would piss you off if you were making a pav.
Having to make something else to use up all the yolks
So does a double yolker count as 2 eggs when cooking?
Or half an egg if you are after the white only as it has to be less?
It would depend on the weight of the eggs.
Same diff as adjusting for using medium or large eggs.
As an aside...
Chefs cook by taste,
Bakers by recipe and measurement.
Ha, WE cook by smoke detector
We get our eggs from the "Egg Farm" @ Boondall QLD - usually no more than a day since laid and occasionally get double yokers .... asked the owner about double yokers and was advised they are usually from the new layers who are confused about how many yokes should go in the 1 shell ..... once they work it out it's all singles .
Cage free and barn laid is a bit of difference to free range though - and even free range is 1 chook per m2.
but that aside getting a bunch of double yokers is a winner in my book
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