People are only just realising how to correctly cut up a boiled egg – and it’s got their jaws dropping | The Sun
20th November 2022

CUTTING up boiled eggs can be a messy business.

And if you're someone that only likes the yolk, or the white, it can be frustrating when you're trying to separate the two.

But one woman has left people stunned by revealing a quick and easy way to perfectly cut up an egg.

Andrea VanDerwerker took to TikTok to share the hack, as she said: "If you guys all knew about cutting boiled eggs like this and you didn't tell me, we're going to have some serious beef. "

She then started the cutting process with the base of the knife – the part nearest the handle – placed gently on the egg.

Andrea then rolled the egg towards her, with the knife cutting it perfectly in half.

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The egg then broke open, to reveal the two halves of the white and the yolk perfectly in tact.

"Look at that," she said.

"No yolk all over the knife. It's so clean.

"Are you kidding me?

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"I’m just now figuring this out after almost 30 years on this spinning rock?" she added in the caption.

People were quick to take to the comments section to share their shock at the video, with one writing: "The most perfect boiled eggs!

"I’m impressed!"


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While a third commented: "My jaw dropped."

"Day 9865 that tik tok taught me something that I should’ve learned in school," someone else wrote.

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