All you said is true, but there is one other thing and in my kitchen it works this way. I add my eggs one at a time after having broken them into a cup or bowl. The odd bad egg is thus avoided and you don't have to throw out all you have mixed so far. But I grew up on a farm and the chickens ran free and sometimes an egg was found that might not have been so fresh as thought.
I've wondered about all this too. Thanks for the enlightenment.
Now I know to follow directions more carefully.
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