Egg Cracker helps bring a Family together

I couldn’t give up on Egg Cracker

My path with sharing and selling Egg Cracker after reading this review changed me. I vowed to keep on going with my entrepreneurial journey. The person that wrote this review obliterated every critic I’ve ever come across or will face in the future. To say she’s my hero for her kind words at a crucial time is an understatement. This is the best Egg Cracker review ever. This woman puts it on the line, living the day to day, full of love for her family. She’s going for inches in life.

Any Given Sunday

Makes me think of this movie -“Any Given Sunday.” Al Pacino plays a coach and at the conclusion of movie he’s gives this awesome locker room speech. To me this woman embodies this speech for her family.

On this team, we fight for that inch
On this team, we tear ourselves, and everyone around us
to pieces for that inch.
We CLAW with our finger nails for that inch.
Cause we know
when we add up all those inches
that’s going to make the XXXXXX difference
between WINNING and LOSING
between LIVING and DYING.

(Columbia Falls, MT United States) – Egg Cracker review

I have a 11 year old who is severely mentally challenged. He loves to cook, but cracking an egg proves to be difficult for him to master. I bought this egg cracker so that he can learn to crack an egg. I looked on Amazon for various egg crackers and find this one to make the most sense, so I gave it a try.

It worked!

After a few initial failed attempts (hit too gentle and the egg didn’t crack, hit too hard and it totally fell apart), my son is cracking eggs reasonably well such that I can let him do the cracking all by himself. So now when I need to make scrambled eggs, I just call my son over and he takes care of the cracking. Very nice to see him gain another skill!

My 6 year old with normal IQ has no trouble learning to use this egg cracker to crack eggs.

Now me, I’ve never had trouble cracking eggs, but now that I have this gadget, I never crack an egg without it! It does crack it much nicer. I do a lot of cooking and use it daily. You always need eggs, not just for scrambling, but also for cakes, pancakes, waffles, stir fried rice, kids’ breakfast — I’m cracking eggs all the time! You can crack eggs without the egg cracker, but this makes it so much nicer and neater. The egg yolk almost guaranteed to stay intact. It’s just a better and cooler way to crack eggs.

The clean up is a breeze. You can give it a quick rinse, but I just throw it in the dishwasher every night. Comes out spotless.

My husband at first made fun of “needing a gadget just to crack an egg,” but now I find him looking for the egg cracker whenever he needs to do it. It’s just nicer, you see? My whole family use this thing. It’s inexpensive, it’s never going to break (there’s no breakable part), it takes little space, and it’s easy to clean. Everybody who ever cracks eggs should get one!

If you want the whole speech by Al Pacino from Any Given Sunday:

http://essaysfromexodus.scripting.com/stories/storyReader$1492

Al Pacino

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