Why Does the White and Yolk of an Egg Become Solid When Heated?

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The white and yolk of an egg becoms solid when heated due to a wide variety of chemical recations that take place within the egg when the egg is heated.
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Basically the white of the egg is what the chick grows
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The yoke is in the middle. If you cook it the heat needs to go through the white to get to the yoke. In the process you will cook the white of the egg. You could try removing the
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The egg is one single, complete cell so your description is what happens at the cellular level. But at the protein level, the albumin, which is the main protein present in the egg
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The baby chick would develop in the yolk of the egg, where the nutrients are. In fertilised eggs you would see the embryo; eggs we eat are unfertilised.
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