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A Japanese chef has revealed how to cook an egg inside out
In a bizarre video he shows how spinning it can reverse the colour
First, you need to tape up the egg, and then spin it in a pair of tights
Then, by boiling the egg, the yolk should appear on the outside
The reason is that the yolk is denser, so the centrifugal force moves it to the outside of the albumen when the egg is spun
The science behind it is that the yolk of the egg is more dense than the albumen.
When you spin the egg rapidly, the runny yolk is drawn towards the edge of the egg via the centrifugal force, while the albumen is pushed to the centre.
If you spin the egg for long enough, the yolk and albumen separate, so that when boiled the egg appears inside out.
If you don’t spin it for long enough, the two mix so that you get an instant scrambled egg.
To get started, you’ll need a pair of tights, some clear tape, a torch, ice cubes and, of course, an egg.
First, hold the torch up to the egg to check on its colour. The egg should glow. This will be important for later.
Now, get your tape and completely encapsulate the egg, ensuring that the shell will remain strong and in one piece for the next few steps.
Next, lay out your pair of tights, and wrap your egg in the middle of them. Twist it up at either end so it is secure; you may want to use small ties or bits of string to keep it in place.