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09/19/2011

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Sarah

I'm definitely going to try this one! I stopped boiling eggs after we got access to farm fresh ones simply because I could't peel them!

Jill

Hi,
This post is so informative. I would love for you to come
share it at FAT TUESDAY. I hope you will
put FAT TUESDAY on your list of carnivals to visit
and link to each week!

http://realfoodforager.com/2011/09/fat-tuesday-september-20-2011/


Joy Y.

Sarah,

Now you can boil those farm fresh eggs again...hooray!

Jill,

Thanks for the invite...I'll definitely check it out!

Blessings,

Joy~

Jen

Great idea. I'll have to keep this idea in mind. And I'll definitely try out your trick with the tack -thanks!

Rachel

OH MY GOSH, THANK YOU!!

We don't have chickens but only buy eggs from a local farmer...and my kids love hard boiled eggs but they are so hard to peel. This is incredible! THANK YOU!

Bethany

Sorry to be dense, but do you leave the tack in while you boil? Or just poke and remove the tack and then boil?

Joy Y.

Jen and Rachel,

It is so nice to peel a fresh egg quickly and with no hassle!

Bethany,

No question is a dense one, okay? Just poke it and remove it, then boil. Super easy....so glad you asked =)

Enjoy those eggs.

Joy~

Dacia

Wow! Really?!? We had just resigned ourselves to ugly eggs for as long as we were able to have chickens! :) Will definitely be trying this . . . as long as I can remember to do it! :)

Joy Y.

Yes....the remembering! Doesn't always happen, for sure. Woops!

Joy~

Ruth @ Ruth's Real Food

You're sooo lucky to have your own farm fresh eggs!

I’d love you to take part of my Monday blog hop at www.ruthsrealfood.com .

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