Peeling the shell of an egg can be a little tricky - the shell shards get everywhere and it can take quite a lot of time if, for example, you're catering a large event and have a large number of eggs to peel.
Everyone has their own technique for peeling eggs but we're willing to bet that none of them can ensure you peel an entire egg from it's shell in just five or 10 seconds.
Don't believe it's possible? Check out the videos below that show exactly how it's done.
How to Peel an Egg: Technique #1
This is a very intriguing way to peel an egg. Just put it in a jar along with a bit of water and swish it around. The peel comes off in just five seconds. Here's how it works:
How to Peel an Egg: Technique #2
Just two bangs on the plate, a heavy blow and there you have it a freshly peeled egg in just 10 seconds. Take a look.
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