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 How much salt does it take to boil an egg?

Answer The trick to making perfect boiled eggs is to use eggs that are not cracked and to not add any salt to the water. The addition of salt raises the boiling point of the water, which makes the egg whi... Read More »
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How much salt should be used to boil half a bushel of peanuts?

In general, about a pound of salt should be used when boiling a half-bushel of raw, or "green" peanuts. Keep in mind that much depends on the actual weight of the peanuts, as well as individual tas... Read More »
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How much salt does it take to make an egg float in water?

Floating a large grade A egg will require 4 tbsp. of salt per 2 cups of cold water. Older eggs will require less salt as the air pocket in the egg gets larger with time. Dissolve the salt complet... Read More »
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Does salt make water boil faster?

Salt water boils more quickly than pure water because salt water has a lower heat capacity, according to the Southwest Research Institute. However, this effect is noticeable only when water contain... Read More »
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Does salt water or pure water boil the fastest?

Pure water boils faster. The presence of a salt lowers the vapor pressure of salt water compared with pure water, so more heat energy is required to vaporize its molecules.References:Sciencebase: S... Read More »
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