- Sep 21, 2021
Has there ever been any bigger scam than this?
the copper egg hard boiler is convenient, but one loses a percentage of egg whites during the process. plus, you will then need to put the shell-less eggs into another container or bag. if they were hard boiled, they have a natural wrap (shell) on them.
Nice!I can vouch for the "clam shell" omellette maker thing. I use it just to make scrambled eggs. I have made an omellette with it, and it was good, but I like just scrambled eggs. You can take the clam shell apart and just do one egg. Or keep it together and put plain water on the side without an egg (still get one scrambled egg.) Or use both sides and make TWO scrambled eggs. Watch out!! Now THAT's LIVIN!!!!
PS: easy to clean stone ware. Pops apart and back together easily. Bonus: you don't waste any egg, they slide right out. Or just eat right out of the stoneware clamshell if you're a cave man like me. Takes 30 seconds (x2) in the microwave. Easy Peasy.