Eggs are composed of a yolk that is yellow in color and a shiny, transparent white mucus. Surrounded by a hard shell, these eggs are vulnerable to hard objects. If eggs are dropped, the protected yolk and white inside will automatically splatter. So, it is quite impossible to peel a raw or uncooked egg. However, in this experiment, peeling a raw egg will be made possible.

Is it possible to peel a raw or uncooked egg? How?

It is not possible to peel a raw egg, as commonly known.


  • Uncooked egg
  • Clear vinegar
  • Plastic jar with a lid



  1. Prepare all the materials needed and put them in a table.
  2. Fill the jar with some vinegar.
  3. Place the uncooked egg slowly and carefully into the jar with vinegar.
  4. Make sure not to crack the egg.
  5. Make sure that the egg must be covered completely with vinegar.
  6. Place the lid on the jar.
  7. Do not shake or move the jar.
  8. Observe what happens to the egg over the next 24 to 48 hours.
  9. Record your observations


After 24 to 48 hours, the shell should have been removed from the egg. The remaining eggshells can be taken off by a paper towel or placing it under a running water.

Based on the results, it is really possible to peel a raw egg. Even though it is very soft, the contents remain intact with a very thin transparent membrane outside.

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