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    Default How to remove an egg yolk from the whites

    Saw this trick recently - here's the youtube video:

    Useful as hell when there are no egg whites in a carton.

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    That was cool, and very useful...thanks!
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    That is a cool thing, great idea. I actually have no issues separating a yoke just using the cracked shell in a few seconds. Still some people just can not get the hang of it and some eggs have really thin shells making it almost impossible especially those from mass hatcheries.

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    I gotta try this, will save me from some random crunches in my breakfast routine lol.

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