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Once Upon an ice age
the thing u put ur hands in to warm 'em up and get rid of bacteria
Would be funny seeing primitive people losing their minds seeing the liquid egg harden
Reminds me of the scene in 2001 a space odyssey where the ape learns to use tools, but instead of a bone it's a solid egg.
Would have as if it didnt?
I mean for the people who first tried cooked eggs, it would have been a helluv an improvement on taste and texture. Imagine eating lukewarm uncooked eggs for years then trying a fried one.
I imagine that the discovery of fire occurred in pockets over thousands of years; agriculture also was a kind of convergent evolution. Before that though, I'm sure that sun baking had been tried once or twice
Who's to say they ever ate raw eggs?
Carnivores and omnivores eat eggs all the time.
However, seeing as prehistoric humans lived in Africa, there's a good chance they baked foods by using sun, and like, hot springs.
Nothing makes eating eggs appealing.
Wdym I love eggs. Especially soft boiled eggs and egg fried rice.
I can't stand eggs as a main/featured ingredient. The texture and taste make me gag. I've tried a number of different preparation mthods.
My disdain for eggs pales in comparison to my loathing of bacon, however.
Already out with yo mama
enjoy her bodycount
I'm pretty sure it made eating any protein more appealing.
I'm also pretty sure fire was discovered long before we discovered chicken eggs.
You think chicken eggs are the only type of eggs humans ever ate?
What about duck and fish eggs?
Now we have proof. The chicken came before the egg.
Except fish maybe? Idk I like sushi.
Hard to cook eggs without a pan Id assume.
Just need a large flat rock
You can bake them in the ashes.
drop them in ashes fry them on a heated flat stone etc
Your fried egg though would usually have a partially developed bird or reptile in though
Duck embryos are a delicacy in some countries.
Many cultures often eat their eggs raw. I mean it's a pretty common thing in japan to just mix cooked rice raw egg and say sauce.