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How to Harden an Eggshell

by Mark Robinson
Eggshells are naturally fragile, which leaves them prone to cracking or completely breaking if they are handled in a rough manner. Hardening the shell gives the eggshell an extra measure of protection. While this will not prevent an eggshell from breaking due to a fall or extraordinarily rough handl...

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