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10 things to know about eggs in the kitchen

10 things to know about eggs in the kitchen

Do you love eggs above all and are you looking for culinary tips to cook them well? has decided to simplify your life! Scaling your eggs, poaching them, testing their freshness or even deciphering the marking and labeling present on the shell… so many tips that will revolutionize your daily life.

Separate the egg white from the egg yolk


How to instructions

Some recipes only require egg whites. You may also be monitoring your cholesterol and avoid eating egg yolks. Either way, you want to learn how to separate white from yellow. Here is a quick and easy method. First step, gently break the egg onto a plate. For more efficiency, you can break several of them at the same time. Then release the air by pressing around a plastic bottle, put it above the yolk and slowly release your grip. The air pressure will suck the yolk into the bottle. Child's play ! Source: Handimania

Scaling a hard-boiled egg


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Scaling an egg can sometimes be a tedious job but with this simple process, it will only take you 5 seconds. Just add half a teaspoon of baking soda in the cooking water of your eggs and voila! Magic ! Source: Buzzfeed

Scaly an egg with a knife


No Biggie

At the editorial, we loved this tip seen on the No Biggie blog. Do not waste precious minutes shelling your eggs, just cut the egg through the shell with a sharp knife, then scoop it out with a spoon. Nice, right? Source: Simply stated

Bake eggs


Alaska from scratch

Baking hard-boiled eggs in an oven, surprising? Not at all, it is quite possible! Place them in a muffin tray and put them in the oven for 25 to 30 minutes at around 170 ° C. No need to put water in the bottom of the molds. Bonus, the eggs cannot break, they have a less chewy texture and are much easier to peel. Source: Alaska from scratch

A heart shaped egg


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For Valentine's Day, crack your other half with a heart-shaped egg. Start by cooking an egg. While it is still hot, peel it and place it in a carton. Then place a baguette over the center of the egg and surround it with rubber bands on both ends. Wait 10 minutes. Remove the rubber bands, baguette and cardboard. You just have to cut the egg in half. Gorgeous ! Source: 9gag

Freeze egg whites


Tetellita

Egg whites too often end up in the trash without being used. To fight against waste, freeze your whites in an airtight container in the fridge, specifying the date and the number of whites. In this way, you can use them at any time, provided you do not keep them for more than 5 months! Source: Tetellita

Test the freshness of an egg


Country living

It is possible to distinguish a fresh egg from an old one! To find out if an egg is still consumable, simply immerse it in a glass filled with water. If it flows, it is consumable, if it stays in the middle of the glass it is limited, and if it floats, do not consume it! This little practical tip actually allows you to know the amount of air contained in the egg and therefore its 'age'. Source: Country living

Choosing the right eggs


Eat Move

To consume healthy and high quality eggs, marking and labeling! Type and number of breeding, country of origin, recommended date of consumption, country of provenance or identification of the producer ... everything is written on the shell. Provided you know how to decipher the codes contained therein. Source: Eat move

Substitute eggs


Family treasures - Antigone XXL

Knowledgeable cooks know this, eggs are an almost essential ingredient. However, some people do not tolerate it while others choose to adopt a "vegan" diet without eggs. Also, you have to be tricky to find solutions to replace them. Applesauce, banana, yogurt, peanut butter or vegetable oil are perfect substitutes! To remember ! Source: Family treasures & Antigone XXL