I love eggs. I love fried eggs, poached eggs, scrambled eggs, hard boiled eggs, stuffed eggs and egg salad. But peeling hard boiled eggs has always been a pain in my ass.
I have tried numerous suggestions and none of them has ever been completely reliable.
Every thing I know I learned from books. I always read manuals: Chilton Auto manuals, electronic manuals, product manuals and survival manuals, aircraft manuals and weapons manuals – I learned carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring, hunting, fishing and camping from books.
Now I go to YouTube.
I tried this and two out of six eggs pealed easily the other four didn’t. The two that pealed easily were white eggs the four that didn’t were brown eggs. Brown eggs seem to have a thicker shell. Perhaps it is not the procedure, but the color of the eggs?