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    Egglettes Hard Boiled Egg Cooker

    Most of my hard boiled eggs end up looking like I used a cinder block to remove the shell. I suck at peeling eggs. Anyone try the Egglettes cooker and what do you think?

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    Try putting your eggs into a ice bath after your done boiling them...
    Leave them in the ice bath for just a bit

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    Egglettes Hard Boiled Egg Cooker

    Put your eggs in a pot of cold water that just covers the eggs. Cover the pot. Bring the pot to a boil. Once it starts boiling turn it off and move the pot to a cold burner. Let them sit for ten mins exactly then move your eggs to an ice bath..let them cool.

    You will have perfectly cooked eggs with no green that peel easily.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinnyguy180 View Post
    Put your eggs in a pot of cold water that just covers the eggs. Cover the pot. Bring the pot to a boil. Once it starts boiling turn it off and move the pot to a cold burner. Let them sit for ten mins exactly then move your eggs to an ice bath..let them cool.

    You will have perfectly cooked eggs with no green that peel easily.


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    This, and add baking soda to the water you cook them in. Makes them much easier to peel

    -I do this except I leave them going for about 60 seconds boiling before I remove them.

    Also, one layer of eggs, no stacking, and try to keep them the same size

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    This, and add baking soda to the water you cook them in. Makes them much easier to peel

    -I do this except I leave them going for about 60 seconds boiling before I remove them.

    Also, one layer of eggs, no stacking, and try to keep them the same size
    I actually dont recommend boiling them for a minute before shutting it off. Eggs get that sulfur smell when cooked and the faster they are cooked the more of that smell is released. also the more that they are cooked the more of that smell that gets released. So to minimize the smell you want to stop the boil as soon as it starts...

    I eat hard boild eggs every morning and peel them at work. For a while i could not figure out why sometimes my eggs had a much stronger smell. so I did some research and thats what I found out. Since them my eggs had a much lighter smell. if you dont mind soft boiled they barely smell at all.

    But an over cooked egg that was boiled the whole time will smell like all hell in an enclosed office.
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    You might want to go read about cooking with plastic before you buy those egglet things.
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    Costco has 36 organic HBE, peeled, for $9
    Iím never cooking another one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tommygunz View Post
    Costco has 36 organic HBE, peeled, for $9
    Iím never cooking another one.


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    Jesus, it seems like that store has everything...I live in the sticks, so when we go to the city, have to check that out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dawg16 View Post
    Jesus, it seems like that store has everything...I live in the sticks, so when we go to the city, have to check that out.
    Cuz? That you?


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    Quote Originally Posted by dawg16 View Post
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