Not much to our delight, this 15-day fertilized water duck (bebe) egg has small fetus.
A real balut is 18-day egg and as the name suggests, a balut is a "balot sa puti"
or "wrapped in white" which means that the bigger fetus is wrapped in the white portion of the egg.
It has a yellow portion still but not much as the space gives way to a more developed chick.
This entry is on how to boil a balut.
Bring the water to boil.
while boiling add the eggs and let cook for 20 minutes,
counting from time of putting the egg on the boiling water.
Add salt to seep through the egg and give taste to "soup"
or water inside the egg when opened.
I Love balut!!!!