Do you know that Japan ranks third in terms of highest number of eggs consumed per person per year? In fact, every individual in Japan consumes an average of 329 eggs annually. There are 365 days in a year; so this statistic is almost equivalent to 1 egg per person per day. The Japanese people certainly love eggs, regardless of the way such food is cooked: raw, boiled, fried, and others.

Today, we will specifically talk about boiled eggs. Japan is famous for ‘reversed eggs’, a method of boiling eggs where the white part is found on the inside while the yolk is on the outside. This technique dates back to the Edo period. Check out the video below and discover how it’s done.


Aside from the Japanese people, perhaps most of us also love eggs. Who does not love eggs for breakfast? Boiled eggs are delicious, they are nutritious too. One large hard-boiled egg contains 78 calories, 6.3 grams of protein, and 5.3 grams of fat. However, although sumptuous to eat, boiled eggs are laborious to peel.

If you are someone who is always in a hurry and does not pick hard-boiled eggs for breakfast because you know how time-consuming they are to peel, then it is time for you to learn this hack. Quickly shake a hard-boiled egg in a glass partly filled with water and you’re done. Breakfast is ready!




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