Learn To Crack An Egg Correctly!
How many times have you cracked an egg or two and found yourself trying to pick out pieces of shell from the bowl?
When you break an egg on the side of a bowl, you’re more likely to also pierce the thin membrane that’s under the shell, allowing pieces of shell to break off.
But when you crack the egg gently on a flat surface, the membrane won’t break, so when you open the egg any pieces of shell will cling to the membrane, and not end up in your bowl.
Here’s an added tip: the easiest way to remove pieces of shell from the bowl is to scoop them up with another larger shell.
And some egg trivia: if you crack two eggs together, only one of them will crack. Try it!