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Gimmicky Way of Peeling Hard Cooked Eggs

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This technique has been on the internet for years. I have blown out raw eggs before and it hurt my ears so I have never been inclined to try. Have you?

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This technique has been on the internet for years. I have blown out raw eggs before and it hurt my ears so I have never been inclined to try. Have you?

I tried it after seeing the videos. It worked for me, but it took a few tries to get the technique right.


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would this work with a SV egg that had a soft center, but was re-cilled and the outer albumin cooked at a higher temp for 30 sec or so.

This was a technique ( the cool, re-sv in hot water for 30 sec or so forgot exactly) on the sv egg thread a while back

It was then difficult to shell.

I guess you have to do it gently.

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I'm with dcarch - I'd do this for an egg I'd eat myself (though even then, would feel a little squeamish), but can't imagine doing it for an egg I'd serve someone else!

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