When you boil an egg, some of the calcium from the shell leaches into the water.  This is a good thing!  You now have water plus calcium.  Here are two good uses for the calcium water left over from cooking eggs.

  • When the water cools down, use it to water tomatoes.  It will add some calcium to the soil which can help prevent or treat blossom-end rot.  (Add crushed up egg shells for more effect.)
  • Use the water in making soups and stock.  The calcium survived being boiled out of the egg shell, it will survive a little soup-making.
About the Author Homesteading Mom

Homesteading Mom is run by Cat Ellis, an herbalist, prepper and aspiring homesteader. Cat is the author of two books, Prepper's Natural Medicine and Prepping for a Pandemic. Cat Ellis also blogs at KetoCat.com, HerbalPrepper.com, and TheOrganicPrepper.com.

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