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Do You Wash The Pan Up?

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spathiphyllum | 12:45 Tue 14th May 2019 | Home & Garden
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You boil an egg on top of the stove in a pan. The egg doesn't crack. So effectively, you've put some boiling water in a pan with an egg.

Do you wash up the pan, after the egg has boiled?

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Do you know where eggs come from?
12:46 Tue 14th May 2019
Yes because the egg releases calcium carbonate so of course otherwise it may taint other food cooked in that pan
Of course. It goes in the dishwasher.
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Like the kettle?
Your a minger if you don't!
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Eh?

you're *
The kettle?
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Yes the kettle has a limescale build up. you know the left over from water?
I descale the kettle - and I don't boil eggs in it.
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What i'm asking is, is the scale due to the water, or the egg?
Yes. It's not like it'll take long.
I wash the pan afterwards.
Scale due to water
I cook my eggs in the dish-washer; it precludes the calcification of a sauce-pan.
When I boil an egg the saucepan goes in the washing up.
If you think I'm shelling out on even more hot water you must be yolking.

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