HOW TO: Separate Eggs With a Plastic Bottle





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Published on Aug 28, 2012

3/1/13 UPDATE!!: The ABC TV show "The Chew" just featured a $12.95 device that does the EXACT same thing! Save your money and do it for free!!!

Using a simple plastic water or soda pop bottle, here's a quick trick for separating the white from the yolk the next time a recipe calls for separating an egg.

We're off the RV and visiting family in their "stick houses" and saw a video from China of a woman separating an egg with an empty water bottle and HAD to try it ourselves (not to mention translating it from Chinese to English). ;-) It was so funny that we almost started looking for recipes that call for the whites and yolks to be separate! LOL

We'll be off the RV a lot over the next few months, so we'll be keeping an eye out for more "non-RV" tips to share.

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