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The Secret To Perfect Fluffy Scrambled Eggs Might SHOCK You…

by Giovanna Boldrini
Giovanna was born in Rome, Italy and currently resides in South Salem, New York. In her free time, she likes to cook with her children and grandchildren.

My boyfriend is a chef, so you better believe I only touch the stove when it’s absolutely necessary.

However, I have mastered the art of preparing eggs because I often wake up at 6 am and he’s not awake or ready to cook yet. (The struggle is real.)

You might think I’m crazy when I tell you that there’s a secret to properly doing up your eggs to make them fluffier than the fake ones in your favorite Waffle House commercial. “Everyone knows how to make scrambled eggs, lunatic.” Listen: Slow your roll. You’re dead wrong. Everyone THINKS they know how to make scrambled eggs, but most of us are cooking the beejeezus out of our eggs until they’re as rubbery as a bouncy-ball, and who wants bouncy balls for breakfast?

The secret to scrambled eggs that taste like they’re fresh off the griddle at your favorite special brunch spot is easier than you might think. Basically, there are 3 easy steps, perfectly outlined in the video at the very bottom of this post…

But first, a brief overview:

1. If you aren't using butter, you're out of luck. Butter is the key to fluffiness, my breakfasty friends.

1. If you aren't using butter, you're out of luck. Butter is the key to fluffiness, my breakfasty friends.

2. When's the perfect time to start moving your eggs around? Watch and learn.

2. When's the perfect time to start moving your eggs around? Watch and learn.

3. Perfection in the making. Find out EXACTLY how to perfect the art of egg scrambling in the quick video below...and don't forget to SHARE this chef's secret with all of your friends!

3. Perfection in the making. Find out EXACTLY how to perfect the art of egg scrambling in the quick video below...and don't forget to SHARE this chef's secret with all of your friends!

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