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Egg Cubes are compact, hand-held devices that have been created to help you crack eggs without using your bare hands or making a mess. It's stated that when you crack an egg by using one of these plastic devices, the yolk will pour out where you want it to while the shell stays in the device. All Egg Cubes are dishwasher safe, have been deemed suitable for use with eggs of various sizes, and come in sets of four.
The cost of Egg Cubes is $19.95 plus $3.95 shipping, for a total price of $23.90.
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To get started with one of your Egg Cubes, place an egg of your choice (vertically) on one side of the cube. Following that, close the cube by using the other half of it as a lid.
Next, squeeze your closed cube by pressing down on its metal clips with your fingers. It's this action that will literally crack the egg that's inside.
Finally, tip the cube upside down and open it up in order to pour your cracked egg yolk out into a dish or container. You'll notice that your egg's shell is still sitting in one or both (likely both) sides of the cube, so you can pull it out and dispose of it at this point.
You'll be able to crack nearly any egg with one of your Egg Cubes, regardless of whether it's brown or white, as long as it's the type of egg that's been laid by a hen.
Each Egg Cube is a very small device—about the same size as a small apple that you'd bite into. As a result, multiple cubes won't take up much storage space in a kitchen drawer or cabinet. You'll also be able to take one or more of them away from home with you, if need be, without using more than a few inches of space in your suitcase or carry-on.
These devices come in sets of four, which means that if you live with a family member, a partner, or friends, they can crack eggs with one of these at the same time as you. The option of four people cracking eggs simultaneously may come in handy if you're preparing a fairly large, egg-related dish for a dinner party or another special event. Plus, if one of your cubes is in the dishwasher, you'll always have another one on hand to use.
As alluded to above, it's safe to clean Egg Cubes in the dishwasher, although you can wash them by hand if you don't have a dishwasher or prefer to hand-wash your kitchenware for another reason. Regardless of where you wash them, it's best to wash each cube after every use, as egg residue left behind on kitchenware can potentially cause food poisoning.
If you tend to shy away from cooking eggs due to how irritating it is to crack them with your hands, you'll probably end up eating them more often once you've got some Egg Cubes. Since eggs are a great source of protein, along with various vitamins and minerals, just eating them on a daily or weekly basis may make you a significantly healthier person. The same goes for any family members, such as children, whom you might begin feeding more eggs to.
When you crack an egg with your hands, the yolk may end up all over your skin, and perhaps even on the counter or stove that you're standing over. What's more, pieces of your egg's shell may end up on your fingers or they might make their way into the dish you're trying to prepare. However, when you use an Egg Cube to crack eggs, the cube will make this a much cleaner process. Once an egg's in the cube, you won't need to touch it with your hands, and holding onto the square-shaped cube will give you more control.
To operate these cubes, you won't have to add any batteries (or plug them into electricity). All you'll need is a set of hands, so you'll be able to use a cube virtually anywhere without being concerned about whether a spare set of batteries or an electrical outlet is available.
Coming in contact with pieces of an eggshell can sometimes lead to cuts on people's fingers, but getting cut will be highly unlikely when you use an Egg Cube. You'll never need to touch an eggshell if you don't want to, as you'll be able to use a utensil to pull each shell out of your cube after you're done cracking each egg. Due to the fact that these cubes offer little to no contact with sharp shells, they're a wonderful thing to use if you want to introduce kids to the practice of cracking eggs.
Egg Cubes have been designed just for cracking eggs, so you shouldn't be using them to slice other food items. Most food items probably won't fit inside, and even if you manage to get an alternative piece of food into one of these cubes, the cube might not be able to cut it properly.
Using an Egg Cube is a more efficient way to crack eggs than using your bare hands, but these devices could be made even more efficient if they could crack multiple eggs at once. To do so, they might need to be made a little bigger, but some users likely wouldn't mind if this could enable them to crack a dozen or so eggs more quickly.
A potentially harmful chemical compound, BPA, is still present in many plastic kitchenware pieces today. Since it's not specified that Egg Cubes are BPA-free, there's a small chance that you might expose yourself and other people you cook for to toxicity by using these cubes. In order to find out for sure whether the cubes contain traces of BPA, you'll need to contact the manufacturing company.
If you often end up replacing eggs because you frequently drop them on the floor while you're trying to crack them, Egg Cubes may help you avoid this problem. They'll give you more control by literally holding each egg in place as you crack it, so it's far less likely that any of your eggs will make it to the floor. Consequently, you may not find yourself returning to the grocery store for another carton as often as you used to.
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