Beware of Fake Chinese Eggs

fake chinese egg - This egg is not real, but fake, made in china , from chemicals
October 27, 2010 2:18am CST
Source: I am scared to hear this. In China there are fake schools and classes that teach a variety of blatant fraud technology, even eggs can be modulated by chemical materials, but also be able to fry cook, is currently the most popular False course. Step 1 modulation of raw materials, they use 7 kinds of chemical materials Fake egg was made from calcium carbonate, starch, resin, gelatin, alum and other chemical products. Step 2 egg production, raw egg into the mold to 2 / 3 full, put calcium chloride, coloring die, the egg appears on the film been announced, The 'yolk' is shaped in the round mould. 'Magic water' containing calcium chloride is used. By adding a yellow pigment and become raw egg yolk. Step 3 fake egg shape: In the mold into 1 / 3 raw egg white, like the first package, like dumplings into the egg yolk, egg white into another, into the magic water, a shell eggs will come slowly. Naked egg shape to 1 hour to dry after washing with water, at shells ready. Step 4 Sewing lines through the use of eggs, immersed in paraffin wax, calcium carbonate, such as modulation of the eggshell into a solution, repeated several times until the shell a little dry, immersion in cold water pumping line shape, this point, the egg has been put on a false cloak , You're done. Hard shells are formed by soaking in paraffin wax onto the egg, which are then left to dry. Oh yeah The Egg is ready. The artificial egg shell is very fragile and breaks easily but who cares!! They look so real, though many small bubbles is formed during frying the egg but not many people can tell the difference. The egg looks exactly the same, and the eggs taste better than real but you are adding to the statistic of food poisoning person. Why make fake eggs? It is because of money. The cost of fake egg is only 0.55 Yuan/kg, while the true market price is 5.6 Yuan/kg. Cases of problem foods and food poisoning are widely reported in Mainland China over the last few years. In 2001, there were 185 cases of food poisoning, affecting about 15,715 people and causing 146 deaths. The cases doubled in 2002. In 2003, the number of reported cases was ten times more than that in 2001, and the number of people suffered was as high as 29,660, including 262 deaths Now In Sept 2008 Nearly 53,000 Chinese children sick from contaminated milk; 4 have died [b]Are you aware of this? Where we are going, for shake of money? I call such persons as traders of death. Comment on this.[/b]Professor
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@qianyun6 (2069)
• China
27 Oct 10
Hi, Professor2010! This is not new. As a Chinese, I heard of it several years ago. Some black-hearted guys make fake eggs with sodium metasilicate at a extremely low cost, less than 0.1 yuan RMB. And they can sell the fake eggs at a price of about 0.6 yuan per egg to make sudden huge profits. So we started to buy eggs directly from farmers.
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• India
31 Oct 10
Hello it is always safe to buy from the farmers who have a poultry farm.. Thank you so much. Professor. . Cheers God bless you.
• India
31 Oct 10
Hello my friend Professor2010 Ji, I think we are getting led to start of life, where (STONE-AGE' ), where one worried about one's own livilihood and wasted whole day in one's bread and butter. It started with creation of unnatural way of human race by test tube babies. Why was that tolerated. Then why not produce all such things in un-natural and un-wise manner. In fact all un-natural should come to stand still. Take care. May God bless You and have a great time.
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
28 Oct 10
dear professor, i would not think that it would taste like the real one. i wonder why authorities dont catch the guys doing these. ann
@katkat (2379)
• Philippines
27 Oct 10
There is nothing new, China is known for making fake things.
@saqi78 (1405)
• Malaysia
27 Oct 10
Yes, I have had an email from my friend about the procedure and ingredients used in fake egg. I think the source of this news should be checked, is it real or fake. But I believe that if it is so dangerous then why the government of China is not taking action against the manufacturers. This is really a very serious problem and UNICEF and other organization should come up and should have to deal with this. The figures and causalities which you mentioned are really alarming, and such news, if true, should be propagated. BTW I read this email about six months ago and now from you, and I have not seen this type of news in any leading news site or newspaper, so I think it could be fake story published against those manufacturers but in any case strong action and awareness is required... Thanks for sharing...