Unfortunately these fake eggs have found their way into the market, and because of the cheap price, majority of the poor will fall victim of fake products once again. Apparently, eggs are not the only food products being manufactured artificially, but also fruits such as grapes. You can click here to see a video clip showing a person explaining how these fake eggs and other food stuffs are made.
It is with no doubt that fake products have very many detrimental effect in the general health of a human being. For example, fake eggs contains calcium carbonate, starch, resin, gelatin, alum and some other chemicals. One scientist goes far to the truth by saying that, the ingredients used to make fake eggs could even result in dementia (forgetfulness). It's these effects that continue to lengthen the chain of the cycle of poverty. One wonders, will this ever come to an end? Are we becoming more of a lesser human?
- The shell. The shell of fake eggs are a little shinier than the real ones. You have to be careful to see otherwise, they are hard to tell apart.
- Feel. Touch the egg by hand and you will notice that the fake ones feels a little rougher than the real ones which are a bit smooth.
- Shake. When shaking the eggs, the fake ones will make some noises because of the liquid overflowing around the solid material.
- Odor. Notice that real eggs smells a little like raw meat.
- Tap the egg lightly. Real eggs make a more crisp sound than the fake ones.
- Break it. Shortly after opening the eggs, the egg yolk and egg white of a fake egg will melt together since the yolk and egg white are made of the same raw materials.
- Cook. If you deep fry eggs, real egg yolk remains intact when untouched but fake ones will spread throughout since they are made of artificial materials.
- If you eat in a restaurant, be careful with how you want the eggs made, if possible skip egg meals, you won't loose much ( besides, you can easily prepare them at the comfort of your house to know exactly what you eat).