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    • Helen A

      Simply Natural: Recipe: Perfect Fried (or Sunnyside Up) Eggs

    • Polly Walker

      Making Perfect Fried Eggs Using Mason Jar Lids. Tuna or any other short can (both ends removed) also works well!

    • Amber Musselman

      mason jar lids to cook perfect eggs

    • Melissa Olson

      In Pursuit Of The Perfect Fried Eggs - for English muffin breakfast sandwiches

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