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Try and didn't like, would return it.
from Monroe, MI
About Me Avid Cook
Comments about Instant Egg Peeler:
Well let's see, I brought to help me, with deviled eggs, to out for Christmas.It didn't work made and it made matters worst.The logic behind the product, is sound, water between the egg shell and egg, should and does work. But this product doesn't hit the mark, it destroys the egg white. As it removes the outer shell, from hard boiled egg. I would return it but that's just to much trouble for me to fool with.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Cypress, Texas
I would have to remove my aerator to use this and it is just too inconvenient to do this to peel an egg.
Does not work as you claim a waste of money.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
I would really buy this product again.
By Fancy Nancy.
from Vermilion, Ohio
When we first saw it we laughed because it was small and funny looking, but it definitely does the job. It was cheap, which was surprising, too. It absolutely works great, and my husband and I don't fight over who is going to clean the eggs.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
Not Eggxactly Eggcellent
from Englewood, Co.
I didn't want to be disappointed. However, I would not count on this product if you need to get things done quickly. It took more time and energy to get the product on the faucet. I could put three dozen hard boiled eggs in a quick ice bath and peel them under the faucet faster.
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EASY EGG PEELER
from Pennsville, NJ
About Me Gourmet Chef
The easiest way to peel eggs is simply to leave them in the pot of water used to boil them, drain hot water, fill with cold water until it just covers eggs. put lid on pot and gently shake the pot for several minutes. Eggs almost peel themselves. Remember, Gently but vigorously shake the pot. The shells will crack, the membrane will separate and you will have to do almost no work at all. If you shake too hard the egg whites will crack. May take a few times but you will get the hang of it. I can peel a dozen eggs in two minutes.
could not figure it out
By dont have one
from Elko Nv
About Me Casual Cook
tryed several things it never shelled an egg
from Kiowa, COLORADO
Difficult to get ON the faucet, but finally did.Cracked both top and bottom of hard boiled egg (as instructed) - - even "peeled" the top and bottom of egg (now seems like DOUBLE work) and it STILL wouldn't remove the shell.I had BOTH fresh eggs and "older" eggs (+ 30 days old) and NEITHER would work on this item, so it wasn't just the albumin or volumn of the egg adhereing to the shell.LOOKS like a great item, but when all is said and done: SAVE YOUR MONEY. It's not even worth returning the item (which should make the producer happy).
Not having much success with this .
from Temple, Texas
Will keep trying and hope I will get the gist of using it.
works like a charm....IF:
By chef tom
It works exactly as advertised, provided it fits over your faucet snugly. If you've got a larger designer style faucet, it won't fit. You need to crack the top and bottom end of the egg, and remove just a little of the peel--and membrane. The physics behind this product are sound. By turning the water on low (and with a snug fit around the faucet and egg) the water will flow between the membrane and the egg, and the egg will drop out in your hand. It's great if you're making deviled eggs and need several perfect eggs, but probably not worth the effort if you're just doing a couple of eggs.