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pairs4life wrote:I do know the one place I want my eggs to be not so new is when I am boiling them. Those shells are horrible to get off if they are younger.
Artie wrote:pairs4life wrote:I do know the one place I want my eggs to be not so new is when I am boiling them. Those shells are horrible to get off if they are younger.
What I recently learned is that if you steam eggs the shells come right off almost in a whole piece. I bought a dozen eggs at the supermarket,went straight home,followed the instructions at the link below and it was unbelievable how easy they were to peel.
Forget Hard Boiling Eggs – Steamed Eggs are Easy to Peel
budrichard wrote:"I think perception in my case is not one of them."
The phrase "perception is reality" is indeed true.
That is why blind testing is performed.
Even the individual performing the testing can give clues to the tester. That is why double blind tests are performed.
In this case it seems that a simple blind test is sufficient.
So, until you perform a blind test, I don't see how one can make the above statement which is why I do blind testing when possible.
As for the other various questions, I didn't have a tape measure when I stopped and the farmer was driving semi that day and other family members off to different day jobs which is how many small farms work these days.