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  • The Coupon Snob, Inc.

    No more peeling eggs! Brilliant considering we are about to have a ton of hard boiled eggs on Sunday!

  • Michelle DiDonato

    Cut the hard boiled egg in half and scoop with spoon. Add 1 tsp of baking soda to water to stop adherence (of egg to shell)

  • Darlene Bachovin

    Never peel your hard boiled eggs again! Instead of spending several minutes per egg trying to peel off the shell, simple cut through the shell with a sharp knife and then scoop out the egg with a spoon. It’s perfect if you’re making deviled eggs or another hard-boiled egg recipe since you likely have to cut the egg in half anyway.

  • Mallory Corpe


  • Rachel Biehl

    Peeling hardboiled eggs: Use a sharp knife to cut the egg in half, and scoop egg out with a spoon.

  • Linda Cole

    Never peel an egg again! Just cut it in half use a spoon to scoop out egg. Add 1 tsp of baking soda to water when cooking eggs.

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