Eggs are a staple in the world. To some degree, an egg will be involved in almost every culture’s cooking tradition. They are a vital element to baking a cake, can be fried or scrambled for breakfast, or even boiled to be seasoned with herbs and spices.
The average person will consume 173 eggs a year, further showing its popularity. High in protein and low in calories, eggs are also a staple of body-building diets around the world.
Boiled eggs have always been popular amongst egg eaters. They are easy to prepare and have a multitude of uses. They make great additions to salads as well as great decorative pieces in cooking. Yet it is no secret that a lot of the egg is lost while peeling the shell off after boiling. If you have ever had problems peeling an egg, you will find this video very helpful.
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