How To Peel A Hard Boiled Egg

Hard boiled eggs are a great source of protein and a super portable snack on the go. But peeling that hard boiled egg often proves to be quite challenging, leaving us with a mangled, pock-marked egg. We much rather prefer having a smooth egg than one that looks like it’s been struck by a meteor shower. This inspired a mission to find the best ways to peel a hard boiled egg. Check out our tutorial with 4 ways to make the impossible possible – peeling a hard boiled egg no longer has to be an exercise in futility!

The first step is to boil the eggs with a little bit of baking soda, this will change the ph level and help with the peeling process later. Once the eggs are boiled and cooled, now you can tackle one of these four methods for releasing an egg from its hard boiled shell.

Method #1

Peel eggs in a bowl of water. Gently crack eggs first, then place in a bowl of water. The water will seep into the cracks and help release the shell from the egg.

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