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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:30 pm 
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How to separate an egg yolk from the white - Chinese style.
The language in the video at the link below is Chinese. Ignore the language and just watch the demonstration.

Watch the simple and effective method of separating an egg yolk from the white. It is a simple and straight forward application of hydraulics.

http://bbs.wenxuecity.com/cooking/1160651.html


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That is so easy

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That is so easy

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[quote="Andy Vardy"][color=#008000]How to separate an egg yolk from the white - Chinese style.
The language in the video at the link below is Chinese. Ignore the language and just watch the demonstration.

Watch the simple and effective method of separating an egg yolk from the white. It is a simple and straight forward application of hydraulics.

Ahhhhh ! So that’s where you spend your time, while all mods do the hard work….On youuutuuuube. :wink:

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I have to admit recently I got hooked up to broadband and the stuff on youtube is the way for the future, before I couldn’t see any of this stuff, because I could only get dial up, anything with movies was out of the question…a clip of this sort would of taken me an hour or more to see.

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ahh...I see Mike bet me to it :)
Oh well, at least its in a different subforum. It was emailed to me recently. I havn't tried it yet, certainly looks easy in the link. I also wonder if it works on all sized eggs from goose to bantam.

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Handy clip for catering shops making lots of pavlova or cakes.

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That looks so cool! I have got to try it!


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Unbelievably simple


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