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Coddling is the same as poaching, isn't? Shouldn't this page just redirect to the poaching page?

As far as I can tell, food is coddled in a container; eggs just happen to come pre-equipped with one. [1] VermillionBird 00:40, 7 September 2006 (UTC)

Raw eggs[edit]

While coddled or poached eggs may still pose a salmonella risk, they are certainly not raw. The egg whites have collaged which means, they aren't raw.

Removed section[edit]

Removed the section titled "Cooking examples". It mentioned Caesar salad and salmonella, so the title was kind of peculiar. Anyway, salmonella is covered in the coddled eggs article, and the fact that coddled eggs are a traditional ingredient in Caesar salad is covered in that article. In this article, it just seemed like an attempt to pad a bare article. Richigi (talk) 23:58, 27 November 2012 (UTC)