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The Burger King Egg That's Causing A Commotion
By MIKALA LUGEN
You may have noticed that the eggs in Burger King’s breakfast sandwiches stack up thicker and taller than regular eggs. BK says they use a “liquid egg-pasteurized mixture” instead of actual eggs — and while you might hope that the mixture resembles the real thing, Redditors just highlighted a very questionable imprint on one customer’s egg.
An August 2022 thread on Reddit showed a picture of an egg with a strange indention in the middle, placed on a BK’s croissant egg breakfast sandwich. The customer blasted the fast-food chain for their gross-looking eggs and asked on Reddit, “Why does my croissant sandwich egg look like this? It looks like a snail.”
Fellow Redditors were quick to explain what could have caused the weird shape on the egg. As one user noted, “it's just an air pocket that was there when the egg was cooking,” another concurred, saying, “Looks like a bubble. Eggs get them all the time when cooking, especially scrambled/liquid eggs like this.”