The Easiest Way to Poach an Egg

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To some, poaching an egg may seem like a maneuver best left to the professionals, which is why the internet is brimming with tips and tricks to make the task “easier.” But the easiest egg-poaching method is also the simplest. There’s no need for vinegar or a whirling, swirling water vortex—all you need is fridge-cold eggs, a pan with a lid, and a little patience.


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