For very fresh eggs , drop them GENTLY into a pan of boiling water
(slotted spoon) , when done move them into a pan of ice water . The thermal
shock will loosen the shell so it can be removed with minimum damage .
On Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at 12:50:32 PM UTC-5, Henry Jones wrote:
I can't speak from experience but the baking soda in the
water is supposed to help with peeling. But the best way
to insure you eggs will peel with ease the eggs are at
least 2 weeks old. The air bubble increases with age
thus making the boiled egg easier to peel.
email@example.com wrote: - show quoted text -
" Don't boil fresh eggs. Leave them in the fridge for AT LEAST a week
before boiling - 2 ir more weeks is better. "
Man, no WONDER my FARTS smelled so bad as a kid
after having soft boiled eggs at my grandma's!
I asked her if I could have some more, she just stuck
her head in the room, winced, and exclaimed, "I think
you've had just about enough!" ;)
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