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Why are my hard boiled eggs so hard to peel?

asked Feb 28, 2014 by a

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Because the eggs are too fresh.
answered Feb 28, 2014 by josie
once ready cool as rapidly as possible freezing water and they will be fine
answered Mar 1, 2014 by yellowhornet
put some vinegar and salt in your water when you cook them.  about 1/4 cup vinegar and a tablespoon of salt.  Bring to a boil and turn the burner off and let them sit for 15-17 minutes.  Pour off the water and knock them around in the pan a little to crack them, pour in some cold water and start to peel.  They will peel a lot easier because of the salt and vinegar and you won't taste either of them in the eggs.
answered Mar 1, 2014 by jan
I agree with Jan..............this is how we do them

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