Have you ever seen an egg cooking on a griddle? When you first crack it, it’s clear and gloopy with a yellow yolk in the middle. But as it cooks, the clear part of the egg turns white! So, what gives? We asked Paul Adams, science research editor at Cook’s Illustrated and America's Test Kitchen, to help us crack this eggy mystery. 

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