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Fry an egg on a cast iron skillet - PEP BB food.sand.egg

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Hello, here is a followup.  After watching the other videos I see that you need to let an egg cook a bit before sliding it around, so that's what I did:






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This BB is now certified!

 
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Cooking the egg in cast iron.


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I certify this BB complete! Along with your spiffy new Air Badge in Food Prep

 
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Omgosh, this is mindnumbing.

I posted it in one and Jordan gave me a link to post it in the correct forum, which I followed and added as a new thread, not a reply.

Then another response in that spot saying it should have been in another one and it was merged.

I really have no idea how I managed to do my croxhet dishcloth one right the first time.

Is the "wiki" on any badge just information?
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Sorry Holly, you're doing great, it's probably easier to see everything on a desktop.

For your purposes, don't worry if a thread is a wiki or not.  All the BB threads do happen to be wikis so that moderators can change them later if needed.
 
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I was always scared to do eggs in cast iron because of the stick factor. Very happy to finally figure this out!

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I certify this BB complete along with your new air badge!

 
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This is not for certification, but I hadn’t seen any videos of anyone doing scrambled eggs and I was curious. So this is for my own information and just to show people it’s possible.

 
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Cam Lee wrote:This is not for certification, but I hadn’t seen any videos of anyone doing scrambled eggs and I was curious. So this is for my own information and just to show people it’s possible.



I did scrambled eggs. 🙂
 
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