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    Hydraulic Egg seperation technique

    Have you ever seen this technique? Seems like it would be great if you had multiple eggs to seperate

    http://bbs.wenxuecity.com/cooking/1160651.html

    Ever see that one Naxamy, Theory, Lucrica or Bieniek?

    good one huh?

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    On a roll today...another great find.
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    I can confirm that trick works wonderfully, after using it to make hollandaise sauce on Monday morning.

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    I hadn't seen this before, will be trying it next time.

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    Hah! Pretty neat!

    Although I just kept thinking about having to wash the bottle. Think I'll stick with passing the yolk back and forth between the eggshell halves.
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    This is brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Hah! Pretty neat!

    Although I just kept thinking about having to wash the bottle. Think I'll stick with passing the yolk back and forth between the eggshell halves.
    I haven't ever worked a line....but I would expect there to be an abundance of these kinds of water bottles generated on a daily basis in a typical kitchen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    I haven't ever worked a line....but I would expect there to be an abundance of these kinds of water bottles generated on a daily basis in a typical kitchen?
    In the kitchens I have worked in, there are hardly ever these kind of bottles.

    Way more people drinking out of delis than water bottles.
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    I've done this a couple times but I found that the egg shell method is faster.

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    It's a cool idea and there's a ton of copycat videos out there. To be honest - when I'm working fast and don't have to be super careful, I just strain through my fingers. When I have to be precise, I use the egg shells.

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