Giving double-yolk another meaning
Earlier, we saw a picture of a hard-boiled egg with another tinier egg in place of its yolk. Here’s something that’s somewhat similar but totally different. It’s two eggs, a smaller egg inside of a complete, bigger egg, yolk and all. It must’ve been a pain for the hen to lay this double egg!
It was a mere coincidence that this hen laid an egg inside of an egg. It’s also completely safe to eat both eggs, assuming that neither has been fertilized yet. The only question is whether you can use one or both eggs in a recipe that calls for just a single egg.