Hi, it's Celia again!
Pleggs. I made that word up.
Pullets are girl chickens under one year old. When they first start laying eggs (somewhere around the age of 16 weeks) the eggs are very, very small. They are called pullet eggs, but I call them pleggs. Once we had a plegg the size of a dime. Here's a picture I took of a plegg next to a regular hen egg.
There's not too much you can do with pleggs. Sometimes they don't even have a yolk. Mom gives hers to Farm Hand Dad, and he eats about 20 of them for breakfast. But it only takes about a week or so for the pullet to start laying large eggs instead of pleggs, so we don't have to put up with them for too long.