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    Eggs with 2 yolks

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    Are they safe to eat?

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    yes.

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    And awesome.

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    They're like a super extra bonus magical gift from the egg gods.
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    Thanks!, for some reason my mom claims they taste better, could that be?
    (It would explain the "gift from the egg gods" thingy).

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    I have a bell in my kitchen that gets rung on various occasions. A double yoker gets a bell ring and a wish made in our house.

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    Magical eggs? At the grocery store here, all of the Xl size eggs carton of eggs are double yokers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angincanada View Post
    Magical eggs? At the grocery store here, all of the Xl size eggs carton of eggs are double yokers.
    Aye, those eggs are XL ones. I think XL eggs just tend to have 2 yolks, for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drlove View Post
    Aye, those eggs are XL ones. I think XL eggs just tend to have 2 yolks, for some reason.
    Yeah, I've always wondered if the non-pastured XL ones were injected with some hormone for that to occur.

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    We get them from time to time from our chickens! Good luck around our house.

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