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Hard vs. soft

April 4, 2007

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When eggs boil hard, the whites turn tough. So chefs and experts have figured out how to avoid that. As a result, the expression "hard-boiled" isn't used anymore. Today, eggs are called "hard-cooked," or "soft-cooked." (Full article: 35 words)

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