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  1. Kabita Thapa

    Just amazingly brilliant!

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    • Kabita Thapa

      Aww thanks!

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    • Megan

      Wow me and my friend Sammatha will try and post it on Facebook

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  2. Anna M.S.

    So the naked egg can’t be boiled to soft or hard, then eaten if kept refrigerated during the process?

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    • Personally, I’ve never tried it. From a food safety perspective, vinegar preserves, but the egg membrane absorbs a lot of the vinegar in the process, so I wouldn’t imagine it would taste very good! But, if you do try it, please let me know, I’d love to hear what you think!

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      • Sharon Zehe

        Hi Danya:
        Can you put several eggs in one container? I would like to do this activity as part of a birthday party (starting the eggs a few days before the party), but would rather throw a dozen eggs in one large container versus 12 jars.
        Thanks!
        Sharon

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        • I haven’t tried it myself, but I can’t see why it wouldn’t work. Give it a try and let us know how you go!

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  3. If you would like to peel your egg in ONE HOUR. Why wait 2 days with vinegar. Once you see this video you won’t use vinegar again. Check this video out!

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    • Hi Ken, wow – sounds intriguing! But I couldn’t find the video? (Your link just took me to all your science videos. When I tried searching, but I couldn’t find one about how to peel raw eggs…)

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  4. balqis

    i really like this “How to make an eggshell dissapear” because when i grow up i want to be a scientist. So i can practice different experiments.

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