Phoebe Lapine shows you a quick and easy trick to remove stray pieces of shell from your bowl when cracking an egg.
No one likes to bite into their scrambled eggs and get a crunchy shard of shell! Phoebe Lapine shows you how to remove stray pieces of shell when cracking an egg.
All you need to do when you find a little piece of eggshell in your bowl of cracked eggs is use the clean half of the egg shell to your advantage. Use the clean half of the shell as a scoop and strain the little bit of shell right out of the bowl. Next time you are about to do this with a fork or a spoon, which end up being too slippery to actually grab the piece of shell, think again! Just use the egg shell itself it’s out of your bowl in no time. Now you can enjoy your scrambled eggs well made just like a professional.
Phoebe Lapine is a food and health writer, gluten-free chef, wellness personality, culinary instructor, blogger, recipe developer and speaker, born and raised in New York City, where she continues to live and eat.
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No one likes to bite into their scrambled
eggs and get a crunchy shard of shell.
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I'm and today I'm gonna show you how
to remove that stray piece of shell.
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Now, I accidentally got a little
bit of shell into this bowl.
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So what I'm gonna do, is I'm actually
gonna use this clean half to my advantage,
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and strain that little
bit of shell that way.
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The remaining shell's
a surprisingly effective way
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of scooping up that stray shell.
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For more tips, tricks, and recipes
involving eggs, visit HealthiNation.com.
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