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French girl's guide to eggs

For one of the most versatile protein options out there, eggs can be difficult to get right—too runny, too overcooked, too annoying to deal with when they break on the counter, in the water, or all over the pan. To make cracking, flipping, poaching, and scrambling a little less scary, we asked Chef Nick Korbee of the Egg Shop in New York City to share his best hacks. Here's what we learned.

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