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    • I think I'm having an eggistential crisis!
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    • Who’s mom would boil these for like 20 minutes until the yoke was that weird green color
      H_E_S_H 13 jul
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    • And how to cut said egg
      PorkSword 13 jul
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    • There is no way in hell you could get the egg white to harden in 2 minutes, if the water is too hot the egg would crack open. So the first one is 8 minutes then it goes up to 15 minutes. Have been boiling eggs for years now
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    • Bro if you boil ur egg for two minutes, r u really boiling the egg
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    • The egg? The egg? How you gon boil 1 mf egg?
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    • 6-8 preferably
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    • Those cooking times are total bullshit.
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    • 2- might as well just eat it fucking raw. 4- nope, still too soft. 6- perfect. 8- not the best but still better than 2 and 4
      CubanPete 13 jul
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    • dick_ 13 jul
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    • I wanna have a talk with the people that boil their eggs for 2 minutes
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    • 4 min boiled eggs with Ramen and shives and a dab of soy sauce🤤🤤🤤
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    • What about 9 hours?
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    • Unfortunately, not same results with a pressure cooker
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    • My sister would do it for like 4 hours. The yolk would come out green
      420GetLit 13 jul
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    • 2 min gang wya😤😤
      IPatron 13 jul
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    • My mom likes to do 12 minutes. The yolk has a texture comparable to sand
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    • 7 minutes is perfect every time.
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    • 4 minute gang wya
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    • This is a lie, it takes 40 minutes to boil an egg until you get that little yellow green color.
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    • 6 min or you’re gay
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    • If you cook it til its green, watch your spleen. If its really goopy, youll have to poopy. If its just right that shit is tight.
      Bunnysan 13 jul
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    • Actually soft boiled eggs take about 6 minutes, so if you're using this chart to cook eggs, you're stupid and I hope your eggs hatch instead
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    • Tf? It takes 6.5-7 mins to soft boil an egg.
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    • The soft boiled egg (first one) is perfect to put in an egg holder and eat with a spoon. Goes well with toast dipped in it.
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    • 6 is good I like 6
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    • It takes half the time when cooked in the microwave, because you don't need to boil the water.
      Sensino 13 jul
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    • Lower medium sized egg(s) into boiling salt water by using a spoon. Wait 11 minutes. Drain hot water & flush plenty of COLD water into the pot to stop the boiling. Enjoy!
      Sensino 13 jul
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    • Yolk with the consistency of cold maple syrup, that’s the way to go.
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    • 8 min if youre going to have extra for later. 6 min if youre eating all of what you cook immediately
      Jungler 15 jul
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    • I let the egg cook tell the water is almost gone.
      jw7878 13 jul
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    • What, you egg?
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      zerosober 13 jul
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    • Take an egg out at 2 and it won’t even be set.
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    • Crugarz 13 jul
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    • $30 carpet boil
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    • Or, and hear me out, you scramble them.
      hehe953 13 jul
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    • I do 20 minutes
      The_Sir 13 jul
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    • Who the fuck cooks it for 2 minutes
      ariho 13 jul
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    • I boil water, take it off the burner, add eggs, and cover for 15 minutes, my mother says they come out perfect
      xxBAKAxx 13 jul
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    • AirplaneFact!: You can freeze an egg by depressurizing the cabin of an airliner! Idk why you would want to, but you can!!
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    • The yolk isn’t that set at 8, you gotta go at least 12 for that.
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    • oh shit tha egg
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    • No 4 min for sure
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    • 4-6 is best
      DrMojito 13 jul
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    • Might as well use the Center piece as the ball for your mouse at that point.
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    • Let it turn to goo and then burn it on the stove
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    • Honest question, how is eating hard-boiled eggs even appetizing? It makes me want to throw up
      saad_716 13 jul
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    • If u boil ur eggs for 8min ur disgusting and wrong
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    • I like my eggs well done, just like how I like my steak.
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    • Very inaccurate, timing depends on heat.
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    • I bought a cute little egg cooker online. It sounds like absolute terror when the eggs are done but it does a great job.
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    • What heat
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    • Soft boiled eggs is where it’s at, you can make both awesome deviled eggs with them and an amazing sauce
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    • From starting cold water? Or dropping your egg once the water is boiling? I did the second and took me 10 minutes to get to this post's "6 minutes"
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    • I use the do you smell something burning method.
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    • The perfect time for a hard boiled egg is actually 11-12 minutes
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    • 4 too raw, 6 to cooked, 5 is perfect with salt and a tiny spoon
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    • Is it possible to boil an egg too long?
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    • On what heat?
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    • At 2 minutes you could cook them over easy and eat it regularly
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    • Ok but at what fuckin temp?
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    • yall better be eating the 6 or 8 ones or i will come to your house and beat your ass
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    • 12 minutes
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    • Eight minute egg is usually still a little soft unless you let it sit for a while after
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    • Extra hard boiled
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    • I just cooked eggs today for 12 minutes and it turned out like the 6 minute one
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    • 12 minutes. Just remember 12 eggs to a dozen. Boil 12 minutes.
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    • Actual cooking times: leave the egg in the water as you bring it to boil. Once it starts boiling: 4mins for the first pic, 5 for the second, 6 for the third, 8 for the 4th, and 10 for the yolk to start turning green.
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    • bruh i dont mind the yoke as much but if the white is not completely solid im throwing hands
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    • 2 min gang rise up
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    • If you cook it for 13 it comes out perfect and the shell peels right off its awsome and works every time.
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    • 7 min
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    • I've successfully burnt a few hard boiled eggs by forgetting their boiling and all the water evaporated.
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    • Don't boil the egg, let the egg come to room temperature, boil the water, remove the water from the heat and THEN put in the room temperature egg and begin timing
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    • 8 min = best and you can’t change my mind
      ReptiIe 15 jul
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    • 6 mins please
      Yeeti 15 jul
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    • 5 minutes👌
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    • What kind of hot lava are you guys cooking your eggs in
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    • Yall ever make 3 minute eggs?
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    • 32 minutes
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    • 5 mins
      Chunky 15 jul
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    • No! Do yourself a favor & by an in-pot egg timer. It's red & changes color to the doneness of the egg & works perfectly every time! Love mine!! Will never not use it. I'm going to get a 2nd one for when I travel.
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    • these times only work if your eggs are room temperature, i usually find adding an extra 2 minutes helps with accuracy if you're cooking them from the fridge and then putting them in the boiling water. remember to poke a tiny hole where the airsac is to prevent the shell from cracking
      SnuWolf 15 jul
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    • For those who wanting to enroll culinary school... If you hear "egg day" don't expect to leave in 30min...
      Okabae 15 jul
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    • When you order over easy and get over hard
      Kickslap 15 jul
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    • Wrong. I find that boiling three eggs for 7 minutes brings them to the 4 minute egg in the pic. Boiling for two minutes wouldn’t even harden the whites.
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    • Takes me 7-8 minutes to get soft boiled at rolling boil/high elevation
      dogbag57 15 jul
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    • Instapot. Five minutes.
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    • yeah these times are bullshit
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    • 4 minutes is the best
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    • 12 mins
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    • Liess I boiled mine for 7 minutes and it looked like 5
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    • Incase anyone was wondering why this happens, the heat makes the protines in the egg unravel and move around causing them to get tangled and turn it more solid, so ya, know ya know
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    • That 6 min one makes me wanna yak. I’d rather do longer or shorter than that
      reaper699 15 jul
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    • Or it pops out some out of the shell lol
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    • 3 min gang
      x3YO 15 jul
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    • I like 5 min
      NeoThorne 15 jul
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