Category: egg white
The white of an egg, as distinct from the yolk; used, among other things, as a pigment binder, and in varnishes and size. For the same substance, but in the context of photographic materials, prefer "albumen."
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- WHITE EGGS. (Bruce Herald, 14 December 1894) -
- Egg-cup Podzol -
- WHITE AND BROWN EGGS. (Ellesmere Guardian, 27 September 1899) -
- Three speckled eggs in a nest, White Rock, Wairarapa -
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