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The Best Way to Peel a Hard-Boiled Egg

We've used this technique for years. It's hands down the best way to peel hard-boiled eggs - very handy when you have several to do. Word of caution: do not to shake TOO vigorously or eggs will fall apart.

We've used this technique for years. It's hands down the best way to peel hard-boiled eggs - very handy when you have several to do. Word of caution: do not to shake TOO vigorously or eggs will fall apart.
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"The Best Way to Peel a Hard-Boiled Egg"

Is peeling an egg a 20-minute task? After boiling, rinse the eggs in ice water, put them back in the pot, cover with a lid, and shake vigorously for a minute. The shells will practically fall off. Simple!

We've used this technique for years. It's hands down the best way to peel hard-boiled eggs - very handy when you have several to do. Word of caution: do not to shake TOO vigorously or eggs will fall apart. Do More... For Less with the Money-Saving Tips & Videos on SpendLessTV.com - Get More for Your Money, and Your Life!