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Thread: Newest way to separate yolk from its white!!!

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    Lightbulb Newest way to separate yolk from its white!!!

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    I don't think I will either but it is neat!
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    Very interesting. I'd like to try it just to see....

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    Well, that was fun to watch. I may try this just to impress my 32 yr. old son. He loves stuff like this. haha

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    That was interesting.

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    Very clever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear Lady View Post
    Well, that was fun to watch. I may try this just to impress my 32 yr. old son. He loves stuff like this. haha
    I think my sons might get a kick out of it, too!

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    I sent my son the video, I am sure we will be trying it soon.

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    Very clever. I got this same link from someone earlier tonight.

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    Really cool! Even after she did it several times, the yolk still didn't break! Seems like it would!
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    Awesome,gotta try this one

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    LOL I gotta try this out and then do it when the grandkids are here. They will be so impressed. Hope they don't see the video befoe they come.
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    That was neat. I bet if I tried it I'd have broken yellow mess everywhere...lol
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    I laughed so loudly watching this that my 21 year old daughter came in to find out what was happening! Now, at 11.50pm she wants to try it-- isn't it amazing what some people think up to solve a problem?
    Thanks for the video.

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    That sure is different. joyce j

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    If you want kids to help in the kitchen, this will do it!

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    slicker than a whistle. beats breaking the yolk when all you need is clean egg yolks. I wonder if some of the pastry and cake chefs know this trick......

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    oops \ should have said beats breaking the yolk when all you need is clean egg whites....

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    Who thinks this stuff up?!? Pretty cool though. I may try it the next time I make meringues.
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    how cool is that!!! worthy of a try!!!

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    How interesting. Just out of curiosity I think I will try it!
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    I think that's neat! May try it just for poops and giggles!
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    Every kid on the block will be doing this now! Great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Very interesting. I'd like to try it just to see....
    I think I will try it just for fun. What a great thing to use in SS class to show how easy it is to get us seperated from church.lol I do think outside the box
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    This is a great idea for when the recipe calls for several yolks. I am going to try it and see at Christmas baking time.

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