Have You Seen This Method Of Separating Eggs?

Decorating By leah_s Updated 24 Aug 2012 , 9:11pm by BakingIrene

12 replies
Sparklekat6 Posted 23 Aug 2012 , 10:23pm
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Those asians are so dang smart! icon_wink.gif

tbkimber Posted 23 Aug 2012 , 10:24pm
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Very cool! I would never have thought of that.

bunnykins Posted 23 Aug 2012 , 10:37pm
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That is genius, I literally had to go try it immediately and it actually works!!!! I now have a new party trick lol!!!

Rosiepan Posted 23 Aug 2012 , 10:51pm
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That is so cool. thanks for sharing.

superstar Posted 23 Aug 2012 , 11:29pm
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Thanks for sharing! it is a great idea.

costumeczar Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 12:01am
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That's pretty funny,but it gets into the "unnecessry step" territory. It is a good party trick, though.

BlakesCakes Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 12:40am
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Love it! I'm gonna try it with a bunch of cracked eggs to see if I can suck up individual yolks and leave behind an entire bowl of whites!


Baker_Rose Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 1:38pm
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It may not work with an older egg, or an egg from an older hen. I have chickens that are 3 years old now, and their yolks are quite weak and break easily. In the video that is a VERY fresh egg, but I'll still have to give it a try.

Cool party trick, saves doing in in your hands!! icon_lol.gif

ibeeflower Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 2:50pm
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My boyfriend saw the video and he thought it was a neat trick too. He is usually bored by these kinds of things. We were both wondering if all bottles would work. I know recently, some plastic bottles have gotten thinner.

grandmomof1 Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 3:44pm
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That is so cool. Frankly, I just crack mine into a bowl and reach in and grab the yolk out.

hbquikcomjamesl Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 5:35pm
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I usually use a hybrid of the shell and bare-hand ("Alton Brown") methods, myself.

I would imagine that the success of this method is directly proportional to both the freshness of the egg and the smoothness of the mouth of the bottle: I would think that even the slightest bur on the mouth of the bottle, barely enough to feel, would rupture a weak yolk membrane. And my understanding (and experience) is that the yolk membranes of the pasteurized eggs I use are unusually delicate.

BakingIrene Posted 24 Aug 2012 , 9:11pm
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This may work best on smaller eggs.

I personally buy extra large eggs and assume that I would not get this clean separation.

But I have no trouble separating COLD eggs that can then be left to warm up for baking.

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