How to Remove the Shell from a Raw Egg
How to Remove the Shell from A Raw Egg. Its really quite simple.
You only need a few ingredients and a few days to complete this experiment. We homeschool and love to do science experiments.
This was really fun and the girls enjoyed watching the raw eggs bounce after the shell was off. Of course the raw egg ended up splatting and making a mess but what fun is science without a little mess along the way!
The best part of this is that you only need a few minutes to start the experiment and the rest of the time is spent letting it sit.
What you need:
You need a raw egg, enough white vinegar to cover the egg, and a glass big enough to fit the egg.
Place your raw egg in the glass. Fill the glass with enough vinegar to cover the egg.
Here is the egg after 2 hours. You can see the vinegar already eating at the shell.
Let sit for at least 24 hours. There will be a bunch of foam at the top. This is the shell. I gently removed the egg and very gently rubbed the egg.
The shell will be completely removed when it is ready. You may have to gently rub off a few little spots that may remain.
That is it! You now have a shell-less raw egg! It will bounce some but not from very high up though.