Clibit
Apparently eggs were used to measure specific gravity, before the hydrometer was invented. Here's how, full explanation at the link:

https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/how-to-brew/egg-mead-ium-measuring-gravity-egg/


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You can also test the freshness of an egg by putting it into water.

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GHW
Clibit wrote:
Apparently eggs were used to measure specific gravity, before the hydrometer was invented. Here's how, full explanation at the link:

https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/how-to-brew/egg-mead-ium-measuring-gravity-egg/


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You can also test the freshness of an egg by putting it into water.

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Is this some kind of yolk?
Ba-dum-tish
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Steve
GHW wrote:
Is this some kind of yolk? Ba-dum-tish


[rofl] [pistol-emoticon]
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Goldthirst
It saves having to shell out for a hydrometer! [smile]
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Hops_and_Dreams
Goldthirst wrote:
It saves having to shell out for a hydrometer! [smile]

Eggsactly.
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