Eggs cooked sous vide will have a different texture and feel than eggs cooked traditionally. Unless you are hard-boiling the eggs, sous vide egg whites are going to be a bit more watery than you may be used to. Breaking the eggs over a slotted spoon makes a big difference in the presentation, as the excess white will drain away, leaving only the more-set white.
To ensure success when cooking eggs, make sure to use fresh eggs. As eggs age, the proteins in the whites break down faster and you can end up with a runnier white. If you want to try a firmer white, check out our egg calculator! It allows you to input a lot of different variables for more precise control. You can manually set a temperature and time in the Joule app to cook the eggs to your desired doneness.
All of our egg recipes were developed using medium-sized AA eggs that were cold from the fridge. If you are using different-sized eggs, the egg calculator can help control for this variable! Have duck eggs handy? We have a guide for those in the Joule app as well!