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    Blowing an egg.

    Did you guys see this one yet? This is really strange. After hvacpope gets his pig roaster perfected maybe he can make a CO2 adaptor to blow eggs out of their shells in a more sanitary way.

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...aspx?source=nl

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    Did you guys see this one yet? This is really strange. After hvacpope gets his pig roaster perfected maybe he can make a CO2 adaptor to blow eggs out of their shells in a more sanitary way.

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...aspx?source=nl

    Dang I think I've found my calling... I love boiled eggs but as the guy say's it is a pain to do. I use to bring the eggs to boiling then turn off the fire and cover for 20 minutes. This seems like more fun. See if I can get the girls to help me next time..
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    Quote Originally Posted by A/C guy's chick View Post
    . This seems like more fun. See if I can get the girls to help me next time..


    Can you post a video.
    The devil made me say that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    Can you post a video.
    The devil made me say that!




    I'll try but ya know how the ladies can get when we are in the Kitchen..
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    Peeling eggs is easy -

    The only trick to it is to save the eggs in the refrigerator for a month before cooking them. Fresh eggs do not peel when boiled. Old eggs peel like the shell wants to fall off.

    If you just buy the eggs and cook them you are taking a shot - eggs are sometimes stored for months before retailing. If you happen to buy them - they boil and peel great. But if you get really new fresh eggs - they fight you all the way.
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    When I was a kid I saw these eggs at Ripleys "Believe it or Not" They had the insides blown out and were handpainted in great detail on the insides, used a scope to view the insides. They were smaller than a chicken egg too.

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    "blowing an egg,.... sounds like that clorox/brake-fluid experiment I got suckered into....

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