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  1. Ann

    Hi! Just found your website. It’s fantastic! I’ve tried quite a few different approaches to poaching an egg, but this one, first try, worked better than every other. I poached four eggs following your instructions, and they came out perfectly cooked, i.e., nice runny inside, firm outside. The strainer really reduced the amount of “fly away” strands. I did this with my son who is learning the basics of cooking, and he was amazed at how easy it was. Thanks very much!

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  2. Caroline

    Thank you!! The strainer method worked perfectly and I finally succeeded in making poached eggs! I’ve tried the whirlpool before with disastrous results, so I’m very happy to have found a simple and effective alternative!

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  3. Rebecca

    The strainer worked great. I didn’t need to use vinegar and I didn’t have any of the yucky vinegar taste. Best poached eggs I’ve ever made.

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  4. Helen Manners

    Love the variety of choices how to cook the eggs. From a beginner to professional:)

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  5. Erik C

    Best how to guide for poach eggs 4 minutes works really well. I achieved perfection after three trial and error. You see what works best for you. Water calculation based on pan size is important. I gently set the egg down out of the heat area cause I don’t want the bubbles moving eggs as quickly and gently as possible then put pan back into the simmer heat area covered with a clear see through cover start 4 min timer on iPhone. If you wish you can add mint leaves or herbs healthier also. Thank you very much.

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