Egg spoon

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Egg spoons

An egg spoon is a specialised spoon for use in eating boiled eggs. In comparison to a teaspoon it typically has a shorter handle and bowl, a more pointed tip and often a more rounded bowl.[citation needed] These characteristics are intended to facilitate the removal of an egg's contents from the shell, through a small hole in one end. For this purpose the egg spoon is easier to use than a normal teaspoon.[original research?]

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