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  • Hey, dudes out Lyla.

  • And today, on highly cooking, we're going back to live back to the Bay six.

  • And I'm gonna show you a new technique for easy to peel a hardboiled eggs.

  • I've done it the same way my whole life.

  • But I just recently found us anyway and its revolutionary.

  • And I'm really happy to share it with you because every time I've done it, it worked perfectly.

  • And it's really simple and hard boiled eggs thing that makes this method for hot boiling eggs different is it's called a hot start method.

  • So I've got some water here, coming to a hard boil.

  • I've got my eggs.

  • It's about an inch and 1/2 to 2 inches of water, and you want enough to cover the eggs, obviously, so we're gonna lower the eggs into the boiling water.

  • Little slotted spoon.

  • Let them let the water boil for 30 seconds and then turn it down to like the lowest summer that you can get it.

  • If you want to check the temperature, the temperature of the water should be like around 1 90 or so.

  • Like something like that on.

  • Set the timer for 11 minutes for hard boiled.

  • When the timer goes off, you can use your slotted spoon to lift him out, and we're gonna put them directly into an ice bath.

  • This is just a bowl of water with some ice in it.

  • And let's chill for 15 minutes and that shocking them in that cold water.

  • It's gonna make them easier to peel and also help prevent a little bubble from forming at the in it at the fat end once they're totally cool, you can, you know, put him in the fridge like this.

  • I'm just keeping him forever, or you can peel him right away.

  • Okay?

  • Our eggs are completely cool now and ready to peel.

  • So, like I said, you could put him in the fridge like this and keep him for snacks or a quick breakfast or something during the week or appealing now.

  • So just gently all around, and then I like to start at the fat end, and if you can get under the membrane a little bit, that's gonna make it a lot easier to Sonia that starting him on boiling water is the trick.

  • And I've tried the baking soda and vinegar and all that shit, and this is not the only one that's consistently reliable for easy peeling.

  • Yeah, and some people tell you to ransom under running, like to peel them under running water.

  • But I kind of like that's a waste of water, so I just rinse it off to get a little shell bits in there.

  • And then there we go, perfectly peeled egg.

  • And don't throw away this water.

  • Once that water's cooled off, you can or you could just combine them.

  • You can use that water to boil more eggs.

  • You can put it in your dog's water bowl.

  • You could put on a pot of a plant, but it's pretty much perfectly good water.

  • So it's cut one of these open and see what it looks like perfectly cooked, so they're called boiled eggs.

  • But that's kind of a misnomer, because you don't ever actually want to, like, boil the eggs for an extended period of time because you're gonna end up with hard and kind of rubbery whites.

  • And then you'll also end up with that green ring, sometimes around the oak.

  • So the quick boil to set it, and then the longer Sumer took it through and we have a perfect hardboiled egg that was super easy to feel.

  • So check out my other video if you want to see another method.

  • But this is really the one that I recommend now.

  • So I hope you learn something and I will see you guys later.

Hey, dudes out Lyla.

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