Yolkr, the next must-have kitchen gadget

Category: Design Published on 29 Jan, 2013 Tags:
Yolkr, the kitchen gadget for separating egg yolks from egg whites

If you have tried to separate the egg yolk from the egg white you know it can turn out to be a complicated task that will leave you with broken yolks and floating eggshells. But finally, there is a kitchen gadget that will make this process simple and clean.

The Yolkr is the next must-have kitchen gadget on the market: it’s an easy, efficient, mess-free way to separate the whites and the yolks. New Zealand entrepreneur Hamish Dobbie has come up with a simple, novel and incredibly good-looking kitchen accessory for separating egg yolks from egg whites. Made from long lasting non-toxic and free of BPA, PVC and pathalate materials, the Yolkr is aesthetically pleasing without compromising functionality. It’s easy to disassemble and dishwasher safe.

The Yolkr is ergonomically designed so that anyone can use the product easily. Whether you use the Yolkr for baking or to make healthier recipes the Yolkr will definitely change the way you cook. The Yolkr designed with both the occasional cook and seasoned chef in mind is strong enough to stand the strenuous use of a commercial kitchen yet beautifully designed to stand on your counter top.

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Yolkr, the kitchen gadget for separating egg yolks from egg whites Yolkr, the kitchen gadget for separating egg yolks from egg whites Yolkr, the kitchen gadget for separating egg yolks from egg whites

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