How to separate an egg…

I found this video via Valerie Hearder's facebook page. As she says, you really don't need to understand the language to see how this works. I can't wait to try it!

UPDATE: I tried it and it works! I had a very fresh egg – I think a regular one from the store might work even better. I used a really short plastic bottle – I think one more the size shown would work better. But, as I said, it works and it's better than using my egg separator. Who knew?!

 

Now I need to get back to doing something that is actually on the to-do list for today.

9 thoughts on “How to separate an egg…

  1. You are really talking about separating eggs! When I saw the heading I thought maybe it was some kind of quilting reference I didn’t know. LOL!
    Yes, it’s pretty cool, but I’d like to hear from some people who have tried it themselves too.

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  2. That is so funny! …and yet so compellingly practical….hmmmmm excuse me , where was that plastic bottle? Anyone want omlettes?
    Hahahahaha.

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  3. That looks a lot easier than me juggling the yellow between the halves of the shells. Next time I need to separate an egg, I’ll find an empty water bottle and try this!
    Great tip – even if it wasn’t about quilting!

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  4. Awesome! I will use this method for Thanksgiving noodles and for Holiday baking.
    Thanks Becky! Where do you get these great videos? šŸ™‚ I love Linda’s quilt.
    Connie

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