Peeling An Egg Is No Longer A Pain
How The Negg Does Its JobThe Negg package came with a pamphlet that recommends how to boil the eggs. After boiling and cooling off the egg as directed, you then place approximately 1/4 cup of water in the Negg container and then add your egg. Then you place the top on and shake the container as directed. After that you remove the egg and then peel. Voila! I was able to peel my eggs with minimal effort and within a matter of seconds. Before I had the Negg, I was a lot less likely to make hard-boiled eggs because it was such a pain to peel an egg. Sometimes after peeling I’d be left with 50% of the egg because the remainder was stuck to the membrane and shell and I didn’t have any more patience to peel it. But, now I think I’ll be a lot more motivated to make hard-boiled eggs because this tool is so handy and makes egg preparation super efficient!
Where You Can Get Your NeggYou can purchase the Negg on their website or use their locator to find a retailer near you that sells the Negg. This would be a perfect tool to have with the upcoming Easter season soon approaching! And, the product came with a pamphlet with delicious recipes that I can’t wait to try. Deviled eggs make a delicious accompaniment to an Easter brunch spread and they make a yummy lunchtime snack as well. So pick up a Negg and make peeling eggs fun and not frustrating!
The Negg takes the frustration out of peeling an egg!