Tip of the Week: How to Cook and Bake with Eggs Wisely

Don't ruin the rest of your ingredients with rotten eggs!




Always crack an egg in a separate bowl before adding it to the batter or to the other ingredients. This way, you can check the freshness of the egg first, avoiding the possibility of ruining the rest of the batter if the egg happens to be spoiled. Also, removing stray shells is easier when eggs are in a separate bowl.





Photography by Patrick Martires; original text by Rachelle Santos appeared in the December 2013 issue of Yummy magazine

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