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Why is it that some people put the egg shell back in the box after they've emptied it? Why not just put it in the bin?
are left in the box
with three eggs in a box of six unused eggs. The bin is 2 metres away.
with flour, eggs, milk and butter.
without blueberries in them
after cracking an egg. Fried egg? No it'll be fine for 4 seconds on its own. Poached egg? Same. Pancake mix? not even going straight to the pan so who cares?
in the box with the shells
but if I'm breaking six eggs out of six then I'd chuck the egg shells in the box, then dump them all out of the box into the bin in one move and put the box in the recycling
basically, if I have to move my feet to get to the bin and back 6 times then it's a waste of energy
the other factor is the baby - if she's crawling or walking around in the kitchen then in order to have the bin available I'd need to have the draw under the sink open for 30seconds to a minute which is ample time for her to get covered in bin junk - the alternative is to keep opening and closing the draw (thus more effort again) or to do a single drop of the shells
I hope this answers your question
Used to put the egg box in the recycling with all the discarded shells still in the box.
You crack an egg into a pan, then egg number two, then your attention is focused on the frying eggs (bad eggs are a sad thing). Putting them back in the box stops any remaining white from getting on the surface and then once the eggs are done it's easy to tidy up after. What's the problem?
makes more sense than getting all the clean eggs all covered in the innards of another egg.
Unless someone is rubbish at cracking eggs. I suspect this may be te case in your example now.
so it doesn't matter if they get covered in egg protein.
and my boyfriend was like 'three mugskateers'
I just made an awful joke so I could attribute it to h
They're probably no good now, right?
(I don't use eggs, my girlfriend does)
* haven't verified this
gonna set fire to them now, just to be sure
if they sink they're OK
By looking in the box. If you have several hatched chicks, they are off.
Put them in water. If they float, they've gone off.
they're in the fridge, they might be cold :(
used to keep the empty shells and smash them over my head when I went round
for some reason
stay away from him
he did have Michael Jackson: Moonwalker for the megadrive though so it was probs worth the torture
2 eggs is all I've eaten over the last 4 days
unless you include about half a kilo of honey spread out over 35 cups of tea
That would be much less time consuming and then you will have time to eat.
I think she likes to concentrate on the eggs, so doesn't want to move away from them. We had eggs, sausages and cheesy grits for breakfast today. With sriracha mmm.
I'm worried it might be oeuf
this isn't a question about eggs
this is a question about people
what a swizz
don't want to end up an eggbound, sulphurous, digestives-on-the-bog type though
Sharp edges to the shells can cause a snag
rippin up a Ho ole in ur bag
listen up to MegaNutella
don't throw your eggshells in loose
unless you like Salmonella
over the floor in your bin juice
and was like WAIT isn't mayonnaise just eggs? i'm eating eggs in eggs.