Century Eggs aka Stinky, Brown Eggs - Why Would You Eat That?





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Published on Aug 10, 2012

Get a taste of the famous Chinese delicacy, the century egg, also known as pidan egg or thousand-year egg, which is a duck, quail or chicken egg that's been preserved for at least 3 months. The preservation technique causes the egg white to become a clear, amber jelly and the yolk to become a stinky green cream. Yummy, right? Watch as we tempt our co-workers with another culinary treasure that begs the question, Why Would You Eat That?

QUESTION: How much we would have to pay you to try one? $500? $2,000?

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