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The Century egg is a Chinese delicacy that has been made for over 500 years by preserving eggs in a mixture of clay, ash, salt, quicklime, and rice hulls for anywhere from several weeks to several months. The texture of the egg changes to a creamy consistency and strong flavor that stems from the hydrogen sulfide and ammonia that are present during the preservation process. The process also causes the egg yolk and egg white to become dark due to the alkaline salt that’s used.

I was joined by my good friend, Mark Rackley, to see who could eat more of these exquisite dark eggs in 30 seconds! Speaking of dark objects, when organizations are planning on migrating to Office 365 they run the risk of migrating a lot of dark data. With AvePoint’s migration tools, we can make sure that you only move what’s necessary. We are also now the fastest in the industry with migrating up to 100TB/day of cloud files. You have to check it out!


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