Why are scrambled eggs so much less than fried?

Say you scramble 5 eggs compared to frying 5 eggs.

Why is there so much less food when the eggs are scrambled?

How is this possible?

CRE - Say you scramble 5 eggs compared to frying 5 eggs.

Why is there so much less food when the eggs are scrambled?

How is this possible?
Because of the blacks... Wait, I mean the Jews ..... No I mean Republicans... TRUMP...! NO...!

WHERE IS MY SAFE SPAAAAAACE..!

Magnets.

Aliens 

Simulation theory

There is the exact same amount of food, how high are you?

Bout tree fiddy. 

You have to account for the third dimension. Fried eggs are flat, their volume is an illusion. Scrambled eggs gain volume from the scrambling.

I am so saddened by this poorly crafted thread by CRE. How can we know your plight with no pictures or videos to bring us to your emotional level? 

 

Can we we at least get a pic of the cover of green eggs and ham to set the mood for egg discussion?

 

here's to hoping you regain your top shelf posting form. 

Weigh it.

Hahahaha. I agree it always seems like there's way less then you put in after you scramble it. 

Because they aren't yolked.

Deepy - You have to account for the third dimension. Fried eggs are flat, their volume is an illusion. Scrambled eggs gain volume from the scrambling.

Mind. Blown.