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How do you blow out an egg?

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2009-07-21 06:30:36
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Eggs can be blown out using either a one hole or two hole method. The two hole method is easier, requiring no special equipment, but has the disadvantage of leaving two holes in your finished egg. =Two Hole Method= Step1 Take a needle and make a small hole in each end of the raw egg; the rounded end and the pointed end. The pointed end may be a little harder to pierce than the rounded end, therefore apply more pressure, being careful not to smash the egg.

Step2 Poke the needle or a slim nail into the cavity of the egg through one of the holes you have just made and pierce the yolk. This makes the egg easier to blow out of the shell.

Step3 Place a small bowl in front of you and place your lips over the hole at the rounded end of the egg and steadily blow out the liquid contents. Controlled blowing ensures the pointed end of the egg remains intact and doesn't crack.

Step4 Rinse the inner shells under running water and set them aside to dry, once you have processed the amount of eggs required for your project

Step5 Use the liquid eggs for scrambled eggs or omelets.

=One Hole Method= The one hole method requires using a syringe or some sort of bellows to push air into the egg, forcing the white and yolk out. Step-by-step directions with photos can be found at the link below.

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