Spots in brown eggs

  1. Sometimes when I crack open brown eggs, there are a few spots on the egg or in the white. They are not bright red but more of a brown color. Do these eggs need to be thrown out or can I remove the specks and then use the rest of the egg?

  2. If an egg has a blood spot, does the whole egg need to be discarded?

Brown and red spots are the same and can’t be eaten. You can just take the brown or red spots out and use the rest of the egg.