You’re into recycling and are on track at bringing all your old plastic water bottles to the recycle bin. Why not keep a couple at home and get another use out of them before you’re so quick to pitch it. For instance, use an empty water bottle to separate yolks from egg whites.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve seen on a box of white cake that you need egg whites. Have you ever tried to remove an egg yolk from the egg before? Have you been able to do it successfully without breaking the egg yolk? Doubt it. No offense, but its one hard task to handle. On TV you see the chef’s break the egg into half and go back and forth switching egg white and yolk from half to half until they get nothing but the whole egg yolk into one of the halves of egg shell. Are you kidding me?! Well, after this you might not look at egg white recipes the same ever again or with fear. Here is how you conquer separating the egg yolk from the egg white.
Take a plate and an egg. Have a small empty bowl near as well. Take the egg and crack it onto the plate and toss the shell. So now you’re looking at a raw egg with the yolk still whole and suspended in the egg white. Now take an empty plastic water bottle, cap off. Hold the bottle so the mouth is over the egg yolk and while holding the water bottle in the middle squeeze it so air comes out of the bottle. While still squeezing it, lightly place the mouth of the bottle on top of the egg yolk. Now stop squeezing and as the bottle takes air back into it, it also sucks the egg yolk into the bottle as well, keeping it whole as it slides through the mouth and into the bottle. Next you take the water bottle that now has a whole egg yolk in it and hold it mouth side down over the small bowl and give the middle of the bottle another squeeze and the egg yolk slides out of the bottle into the bowl.
There you have it, one perfect egg yolk in a bowl and one egg white on the plate ready to use in the recipe you need it for. It’s as simple as that. Bet you didn’t count on that one. I found that out on accident while looking for ways to separate egg yolks as I always wind up breaking them and wasting the precious egg, both yolk and white and having to discard both. Therefore I never made white cakes, always yellow
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