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Old 07-08-2004, 12:39 PM
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Poached eggs on oat bread toast.How many add vinegar to the water
to keep the eggs firm while poaching?







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sf nobody wrote:

I don't ever poach. I use a soft boiled egg instead.

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Not even for Eggs Benedict? Or Eggs Florentine? Runny soft boiled eggs
wouldn't work. And runny soft boiled egg opened on a piece of toast wouldn't
do it for me either.
Nancree

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sf nobody wrote:

I don't ever poach. I use a soft boiled egg instead.

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Not even for Eggs Benedict? Or Eggs Florentine? Runny soft boiled eggs
wouldn't work. And runny soft boiled egg opened on a piece of toast wouldn't
do it for me either.
Nancree



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sf nobody wrote:

I don't ever poach. I use a soft boiled egg instead.

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Not even for Eggs Benedict? Or Eggs Florentine? Runny soft boiled eggs
wouldn't work. And runny soft boiled egg opened on a piece of toast wouldn't
do it for me either.
Nancree

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