There is a solution for every problem – many would say. Indeed so, at least when it comes to boiled eggs. This is a fantastic trick that will make life easier.

Experts say the eggs of 7 and 10 days are ideal for boiling and easiest to peel. Surely you’ve noticed how some eggs peel off without a hitch, and the other, even though they were in the same box, make you so much troubles to peel.

To avoid such unpleasant surprises, while are cooked in water, add a teaspoon of baking soda. Older eggs are more alkaline and therefore are peeled easily, but those fresher are less alkaline, so there is a problem with the removal of the shell. Baking soda will increase the alkalinity and later you will peel them without any problems.

Some other tricks for perfect boiled eggs:

If you do not know whether the eggs are fresh or not, try this trick – put them in the water and see how they “behave”. If they sink to the side (in landscape mode), they are very fresh. If they sink, or stand vertically – then are perfect for cooking. The eggs that would float are old.

Warm eggs before placing in hot water is a good trick against cracking. This can be done in two ways – so remove them from the refrigerator and allow to reach room temperature or put them in hot tap water for a few minutes. The extreme change in temperature is a major cause of cracking of the shell while boiling.

If you want to get hard boiled eggs, it is safest to put them in cold water and only then start to cook. The chances of cracking the shell then are very small.

Want to get eggs with a soft yolk inside, then put them slowly in hot water using a spoon. Depending on the size of the eggs, you will need about three minutes.

Make sure that all the eggs submerged when cooking otherwise they will not be boiled. Also, if you overcook the eggs, then it will be greenish color around the yolk, but whites will be more like gum.

After cooking insert eggs into a cold “bath” – in cold water or cold water into which you insert ice cubes. And it helps easier peeling.

Want to get scrambled eggs in the shell, then shake the eggs well before cooking. This method of preparation is called the “golden egg” because the interior has a uniform yellow color, writes Daily Food Hacks.