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mandaleebee mandaleebee 5 years
Definitely trying this soon!!!
LilGlamDiva LilGlamDiva 6 years
That looks so easy! Will definitely have to try sometimes. I'm a huge fan of eggs benedict, but it's limited to being a treat when I travel!
wunami wunami 6 years
I'm kind of skeptical about the vinegar. I mean, I feel that to change the pH enough to encourage the protein in the egg whites to denature would mean more vinegar than most people add. And to add enough would make the eggs taste very vinegary.
amybdk amybdk 6 years
I've attempted to poach eggs in the past without vinegar; thanks for the tip! I will definitely give it another go.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 6 years
Ummmm I want to eat that RIGHT NOW!!! :drool:
Spartygirl03 Spartygirl03 6 years
I've never poached eggs before but would like to try. It looks a lot less intimidating now! Thanks for the slideshow.
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
me too spaa, i was always afraid to poach eggs. i'll have to try this!
spaa649 spaa649 6 years
I love poached eggs but always thought they really hard, I can't wait to try this out!!
JennMSU JennMSU 6 years
i'm going to try this! my mom uses one of those poachpods to make hers and those work well if you want to do something other than the old school method featured here.
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