Chinese Century Eggs – 100 Year Old Eggs – WHAT ARE WE EATING?? – The Wolfe Pit

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Chinese 100 Year Old Eggs! Preserved Century Eggs! Are they any good? Watch and see!

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As most of you already know my local Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, Dollar General or Walmart stores are my own personal adult playgrounds. I shop at these stores to find food that is generally highly processed, full of fillers and simply bad for us to eat regularly! Meat, vegetables, canned food, frozen food, refrigerated food, boxed food, vegan food, vegetarian food and all sorts of prepared foods, if it’s cheap and questionable I will do a taste test and food review on it! I also show you these foods are no bargain like these discount stores and manufacturers lead you to believe. I do this to show you that fresh foods are not only healthier, but they’re also cheaper than these so called bargain foods. So far I haven’t gotten sick, but some of these foods are certainly questionable and have come close to making me sick.

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32 replies
  1. Bite Me
    Bite Me says:

    I retched, heaved and scrambled my eggs all over the kitchen floor so YOU, THE PEOPLE, WOULDN'T HAVE TO!
    What's next? Great Value Century eggs?
    Okay, it's just a couple of these videos have been getting obnoxiously sick, ridiculous, disturbing and revolting. Is there anything upsetting you that you would like to talk about? China is still a third world country for a reason.

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  2. Rinie Cassteele-Koedijk
    Rinie Cassteele-Koedijk says:

    Check out Mikey Chen's channels he mainly eats but also has some Chinese delicacy cooking videos. In China they now have fake eggs and eggs don't travel well long distance as it is hard to keep a stable temperature while making long journeys. Recipes are less vulnerable.

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  3. LeeMisha
    LeeMisha says:

    Traditionally century eggs were made by preserving chicken or duck eggs in a mixture of salt, lime and ash, then wrapping in rice husks for several weeks. During this time the pH of the egg raises transforming the egg, the chemical process breaks down some of the proteins and fats into smaller, more complex flavours.

    You are not supposed to eat them like that! You put in in rice porridge called changes made with ginger …. it’s the equivalent of drinking soy sauce you don’t just drink soy sauce.

    Please try again chopped up in small pieces and mixed in with the congee.

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  4. John Byrd
    John Byrd says:

    I know this is an old thread. However I felt I just had to comment. I have been shopping at Asian markets for over 40 years. I have not tried The Salted eggs but I did try the hundred-year-old eggs. I will try almost anything once. I took one bite out of the egg, spit it out and threw the rest out. I have an open mind when it comes to food but my olfactory senses tells me this is a no-go. Beauty and delicacy is in the eye of the beholder. I will stick to pickled eggs. Keep up the good work!

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  5. puttputt524
    puttputt524 says:

    I was curious what a pickled egg is but it turns out I’ve been eating them my whole life.

    I have no idea if they are cooked or not, but there is zero chance of salmonella or food safety issues if stored properly.

    The salted ducked eggs are delicious. You are meant to eat flakes of it with a big bowl of rice.

    The salted egg you had looked messed up, they look much more like the picture. Also, you are a massive piece of it.

    I’ve had many century eggs in porridge. When I don’t look at them they are a lot like hard boiled eggs.

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  6. Saosaq Ii
    Saosaq Ii says:

    I eat those black eggs all the time. They taste quite nice but I never knew they would last an century so that’s an plus. Great prepper food for Asians or whatever likes em.

    I often eat them in pork and preserved egg congee. They taste really good like that

    The salted duck eggs are bad. Super salty.

    None of these needs to be refrigerated. Unless you open them… then maybe refrigerate

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  7. Jeff's Homestead
    Jeff's Homestead says:

    Did the plastic knife subscriber unsubscribe LOL?
    That's a day's worth of sodium in one egg, yuck!
    Unless a hard-boiled egg is cooked correctly it will always be fubar getting it out of the shell!
    It'd be interesting to know one of these people that would find these appetizing and whether or not they are crazy stupid or both?
    You are the man, thanks for reviewing.👍👍

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