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What Do You Think About Eggology's Hard-Boiled Eggs?

Packaged Hard-Boiled Eggs: Cool or Not?

The company Eggology, known for selling pasteurized egg whites, is now selling packaged hard-boiled eggs — $1 for two eggs. They're cage-free, organic, and pre-cooked and peeled, so if you enjoy eggs for breakfast, in your salad at lunch, or as a pre-workout snack, you don't have to boil or peel their shells off. Not that boiling and peeling an egg is that difficult, but anything that makes it easier to eat healthy seems like a plus. So are you eggcited about these pre-cooked eggs?

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Monique-Marie427757 Monique-Marie427757 8 years
This would be perfect for people who have a hard time getting around because of illnesses and people on the go. I know I would like to buy these because that way I can put them in my salad and not get so tired out from boiling and peeling. This would be a good thing for people suffering from an illness.
Allytta Allytta 8 years
ew. very uncool. boiling eggs is art and how could i trust someone with that? and by the way the kind of hard boiled egg that can stand a few days of refrigeration has to be boiled 30min, which changes the protein structure from the one that has been boiled say for 15min and it's changes the taste.
J-Rabbit J-Rabbit 8 years
I guess there's nothing wrong with this, but it kind of creeps me out. Yuck.
livetolove livetolove 8 years
Mackie913 Mackie913 8 years
How lazy would that make you buying pre-boiled eggs? It takes 10 minutes!
actionandy actionandy 8 years
I'm sure they're fine, there are so many other prepackaged foods that look scary but are quite tasty (Lean Pockets anyone?), but the sound of those eggs make me feel like yacking.
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
If you keep your eyes peeled (pun intended) you can often find a dozen fresh eggs for around one dollar. Absurd cost aside, how lazy have we gotten when it comes to cooking? Like pre-cooked bacon, this really makes me scratch my head.
Fantasmalicious Fantasmalicious 8 years
I don't think so........
1apple 1apple 8 years
This is giving me an egg craving. Weird.
Spectra Spectra 8 years
Considering that I just bought a dozen eggs for 57 cents that I can boil myself, I think this is a huge waste of money and there is WAY too much packaging. It doesn't take THAT long to boil an egg. People really are getting lazier and lazier by the day.
darc5204 darc5204 8 years
It's a waste of money and packaging, but I suppose it's not a terrible thing.
stoopeed stoopeed 8 years
I instead bought this cool little microwave egg boiler from Walmart for $1. I've had it for 3 yrs now and it gets a lot of mileage! It cooks upto 4 at a time, they are there, freshly cooked for me, I don't have to keep checking and worry about turning off the stove on time, and it's energy efficient. I just pop it in when I wake up, and I have my 2 eggs ready to go in 7 mins.
kurniakasih kurniakasih 8 years
I usually just boiled 12 eggs at one time, then peel 'em, then put 'em in the fridge (the ones not eaten or for the next day) in a sealed container. So I def. won't be buying this product.
taylorbath taylorbath 8 years
I love precooked/prepared hard boiled eggs! On my walk to work I pick them up at Au Bon Pain all the time. It's a great, easy, healthy breakfast or snack during the day. Convenience is the key.
missyd missyd 8 years
ahhh u gotta love fanatics. of every kind. *eyeroll*
BeautifulHealth BeautifulHealth 8 years
No, no, no.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 8 years
When I was 7 years old I ate 14 hard-boiled eggs on Easter. To this day, they will always be not cool to me.
weffie weffie 8 years
the packaging is excessive, but i like that they're using hen-friendly farming at least. i could see myself grabbing a couple if i was craving a sandwich in a hurry, but they wouldn't be part of my regular grocery list.
CestLaVie CestLaVie 8 years
True it's easy to boil eggs but if these were available where someone went to grab a premade lunch or something it would be a healthier way to eat and as far as the waste goes, it wouldn't be any different than grabbing a Lunchable or something.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 8 years
They sell these at Trader Joe's too. I personally don't get it. Can't you just boil them on a Sunday for the whole week?
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