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How to separate an egg

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Joe, Aug 24, 2012.

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  1. Joe

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    I enjoy cooking but always struggle when I have to separate the egg yolk & white.
    This is cool and simple.

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    very interesting. i've never really had a problem separating them using the shell, but that is nifty.
     
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    "very interesting. i've never really had a problem separating them using the shell, but that is nifty."

    Ditto. Cool trick but harder than just shellin' it.
     
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    I just pour it into my hand and let the white goo run between my fingers.

    this is a pretty neat thrick though.
     
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    It was fun watching that trick on how to separate the egg yolk.

    I have a small plastic device where the egg yolk stays in the container
    and the egg whites runs out of the device. Very simple and very easy to do.

    A quick way is to break the egg open and hold the yolk in the palm of your hand while the egg whites runs out of the hand. super easy too.

    Another way is to just use the egg shell as a cup to scoop up the yolk.

    But.... the plastic device is a lot faster and easier when you have to break
    and separate 12 eggs to use for baking or cooking.

    There is no way I would be using that water bottle.lol. But...thank you for the video. Lucy
     
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    I don't separate eggs. I don't believe in eggregation.
     
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    We have to separate eggs when we bake an angel cake.
     
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    Flusher, you're always good for a chuckle:thumbsup:
     
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