Thursday, 6 June 2013

How to detect good & bad eggs without cracking open

Ever wondered how you could detect rotten eggs without cracking open the eggs? Here is a technique i use when baking especially when I've got to use left over eggs from weeks before. This is to avoid cracking open rotten eggs into a batch of good eggs. Works like magic too ;)

Directions: 
#Step 1: fill a bowl with cold water
#Step 2: gently add the eggs you are unsure of into the water
#Step 3: Watch for a few minutes, the ones that float are the rotten eggs while the ones that sink are the good eggs.



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18 comments:

  1. Thank you for this information.

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    1. You are welcome lara :)

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  2. Thanks for this info. Please I want to ask, is it necessary to add white sand to pot when baking cake with electric cooker or stove?

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    1. Hello ebony!
      No it isn't necessary to add sand at all. Just follow the procedure In the post and the cake would come out just fine.

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  3. My mum thought me this trick when I was like 11 years old. Works all the time.

    Is this your picture on the side? You are really cute o, lol.

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    1. Awww!!! *Blushing*....Thanks atilola :D.

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  4. hi Dobby, please add my blog, 'BrickClicks Blog' to you blog list ok thanks. Have added you already// :)

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  5. I love your blog dear.. its so..cool

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    1. Thank you Ayo....I'm glad you do :)

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  6. Anonymous12:31 pm

    Tnks for d tip dobby. Jst stumbled on ur blog rite nw. Learnt a lot in few minutes from ur blog, keep it up.

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    1. Thank you Anon, i'm glad you discovered this blog. do keep in touch :).

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  7. Chichi8:56 am

    Thanks a million, Dobby

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    1. You're welcome chichi.

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  8. do you have a cookbook

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    1. Hi Basomi, Currently working on one. Thanks for asking :)

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