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Are My Eggs Poached or Coddled?

What is the difference between poached eggs and coddled eggs?

The short answer is that poached eggs are cooked in water out of the shell and eggs are coddled in water in the shell. As a matter of some astonishment, we'll just go with the short answer this time, since the outrageously complex what-is-a-coddled-egg question is considered elsewhere at Ochef.

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