Pre-boiled eggs, heading for the shops
Can't boil an egg? What's wrong with you? Boiling eggs is almost as easy as sucking them (according to the nanas of the world). With that, there's a product on the market called Yowk, which offers you a pre-cooked runny egg, which comes complete with pre-cut soldiers, some salt, a spoon and a lid that doubles up as an egg cup.
Basically, the egg (pasteurised) has been pre-cooked by the sous-vide method, or in English, this is a boil-in-the-bag egg. Basically, you make it like a Pot Noodle.
Yowk is being considered by a coffee chain and supermarket and at £1.79 a pack, it'll cost you roughly five-times the amount of a normal egg.
So, shout-out to all those people who haven't worked out that you can put an egg in a pan of boiling water and cook it for 3-and-a-half minutes and put some toast on at the same time.
The vaguely depressing thing about all this, is that there is probably a market for pre-cooked boiled eggs.