Old Egg Cartons Make Great Tiny Egg Transports

Eggs are delicate little guys, and transporting them can be a nuisance. Luckily, Food 52 has a simple method for packing just a couple at a time, no extra equipment required. Just don't throw out your old cartons, and cut them up. Photo by Claire Lower.

To make a super safe, super cheap egg transport system, just cut up an egg carton to make a mini version. Secure it with a rubber band, and take those babies wherever they need to go. I recommend taking them to lunch and boiling or soft cooking them in a coffee mug for a protein-packed salad or rice bowl topper.

The Easiest Way to Transport Your Eggs (& You Already Own It!) [Food 52]


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    Late Breaking News: You can use an egg carton to keep eggs safe when transporting, instead of the regular use of an egg carton which is keeping eggs safe when transporting.

      For all those times you have to transport two eggs across the city along with your insulin and epi-pen.

      I tried using the egg carton to store milk. I hope they do a story on how to use milk cartons to store milk next cause I just don't get it...

    It's a theory that's not applicable across-the-board though. I put two cans into a used / empty 6-pack carton, and as soon as I picked it up they fell straight out and sprayed previous sugary alcohol all over my kitchen. The next two did exactly the same thing.

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