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Innovation: A Gadget That Scrambles The Egg Inside The Shell

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Innovation: A Gadget That Scrambles The Egg Inside The Shell

Innovation

Innovation: A Gadget That Scrambles The Egg Inside The Shell

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne with news of a golden egg that could appear in your own kitchen. It's a gadget soon to be on sale that scrambles an egg inside its shell. The design is based on an antique toy, a kind of spinning top where an egg in a cradle is spun by pulling apart two cords. Voila. No need for a whisk or a bowl and you can even cook the egg scrambled in its shell for a perfect edible golden egg. It's MORNING EDITION.

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