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|Steve2 in LA||
New eggs, that was my thought too. BTW, I learned a trick for centering the yolks. You lay the
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Posted to Thread #22201 at 11:10 pm on Jun 1, 2012
carton (or just the loose eggs) on their sides in the refrigerator overnight then, carefully lay them into your pot for cooking. This guarantees a perfectly centered yolk every time.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 22201. Can we talk peeling hard boiled eggs??? - Richard in Cincy - 10:56pm on 06/01/12 (10)
- Are you using very fresh eggs? That's one cause of this. [LINK] - ErininNY - 11:00pm on 06/01/12
- Yes, I know all about the fresh eggs, etc.... - Richard in Cincy - 1:11pm on 06/02/12
- New eggs, that was my thought too. BTW, I learned a trick for centering the yolks. You lay the - Steve2 in LA - 11:10pm on 06/01/12
- Very fresh eggs are a problem, but it may also be something to do with modern eggs. This helps: - Joe - 11:36pm on 06/01/12
- I don't prick them but I crack and cool them rapidly in ice water - CathyZ from Kauai - 1:00am on 06/02/12
- Me too - crack and let sit in cold water for a bit - helps alot [NT] - Tess - 1:04am on 06/02/12
- It's my understanding that thin shells have to do with the age of the hen and ... - Michael in Phoenix - 1:46am on 06/02/12
- Salt the water really well [NT] - carol whidbey Is - 1:19pm on 06/02/12
- Thank god!! I thought it was just me that forgot how to cook and peel eggs. - Michael in Sarasota - 1:44pm on 06/02/12
- add another step for even better results - cyalexa2 - 9:33pm on 06/02/12