One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The grits were cheesy and creamy, with meaty mushrooms and creamy yolked egg.’
- ‘I keep a flock of geese; they eat grass and they lay dark orange yolked eggs.’
- ‘I have seen double-yolked eggs before.’
- ‘Females are ovoviviparous, retaining yolked embryos without nourishing them.’
- ‘This effect is most pronounced in the heavily yolked eggs of birds and zebrafish.’
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