Fuwatoro Eggs are created by mixing the contents of the egg at high speed while it’s still inside it’s shell and then cooking them at a controlled temperature. As the yolk and egg white mixture isn’t exposed to the outside air at any stage during the preparation process, the resulting cooked egg is soft and moist, with a pudding-like consistency.
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