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When you crack a grade AA egg and a grade A egg in separate bowls why does the grade AA egg spread out more than the grade A egg scientifically or don't say its because its a different type of egg?

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the grade A egg should spread out more then a grade AA egg not the other way around. perhaps the grade AA egg you used was older then the A grade egg.If you bot a grade AA egg now, in a week it will be a grade A egg. the older they get the softer the yolk gets. if the eggs where classed at the same time then The grade A egg should spreads out more, the classification of eggs is by exterior and interior quality, in a AA egg the yolk and white is firmer then an A grade, and an A grade is firmer then a B grade. this can be because of the age of the egg, the health and age of the chicken, the temperature the egg has been exposed to. the grade of eggs is determent by lights, cameras and sonic instruments at the sorting plant. Because it is a different type of egg.
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