Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Effect of Orange Juice on Egg

When a raw egg with the shell on is submersed in orange juice for a few days, the acid in the juice will break down the calcium in the shell. The membrane underneath the shell will help the egg retain its shape. It will result in a rubbery egg. Be careful if you try to pick it up. Your finger can punch easily through the egg in its softened state and can be quite a mess.

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