Know your egg-peeling machine. GoldenEgg: features, capabilities, limitations, tips and advice for the best performance
The history of human civilization is a history of devising more and more efficient ways to get more results with less labor which has been achieved through two interconnected endeavors: establishing and determining laws of nature (both through experimentation and theoretical thinking) and creating tools to help us cope with and be in control of reality. The later underwent an astonishing evolution from simple sticks to pick fruit from trees, to our ability to literally create black holes in laboratory settings.
To get more closer to our topic, the same principles that brought us from forests and savannas to the outer space and allowed us to have means of communication with people no matter where they may be on the planet, are also applicable to more mundane but at times unfortunately so time-consuming and cumbersome tasks as peeling eggs.
Peeling a couple of eggs now and then may not seem like a task requiring creating special tools to automate the process, but what if you need, or would like, to peel many hundreds of them per day, like many food businesses across the world have to?
Truth to be told, egg shell peeling machines have long been available starting from hand-operated consumer-grade peelers to large scale factory lines.
But there is a catch – the only type of eggs they can process is the hard-boiled one.
Which may not necessarily be enough if you have soft-boiled eggs on your menu – or would have had them if only you could peel enough of them!
Yamato is always laser-focused on finding solutions that can help our customers to be more efficient and successful. This includes our main line of products – noodle machines, that have more production capacity, and boast incomparably better quality than household “pasta-makers” yet require far less space to install and operate than large factory lines – something that a stand-along restaurant, restaurant chain, or a small-scale production business might be interested in.
But considering the general advancement of modern technology, to come up with something that is both new and useful one needs, no matter how cliched it may sound, think out of the box – which in addition to the proverbial “box” requires exceptionally large amount of thinking as well.
And so we thought. Though a lot. Experimented. Thought more. Brainstormed, improved, adjusted, tweaked and tinkered, and of course, at the same time never stopped thinking.
So, a long story short, just as the Nobel physics laureate Richard Feynman was famous for “fixing radios” by thinking, so it can be said that Yamato too managed to crack (pun intended!) the long existing challenge of creating a tool to automate the task of peeling soft-boiled eggs by and through thinking as well.
To learn what it took to develop and perfect this revolutionary piece of food processing equipment as well as to familiarize yourselves with what it is capable of, what are its limitations, who will certainly benefit from having it and who may not, join Yamato for a free online class on June 3, 2021.
Although one may opine that such content is rather closer to a sales talk than to a class, Yamato puts it into the educational category considering that for many potential customers the GoldenEgg would be a business partner in its own right they could rely upon to produce one of the main components of their businesses — which makes an in-depth understanding of how it works, how and for what purposes it can be used, or not used (!) absolutely imperative.
Not many people are fond of reading User Manuals, or they may forget certain important things they learned at a private demonstration. On the one hand, this can lead to machine malfunction (which is bad in itself) but on the other – this can also be a cause of not using their machines to the full potential as well.
These and other issues will be addressed during the class where existing users can refresh and deepen their knowledge of the machine, and those who are only considering getting one decide whether it fits their needs and circumstances or not.
So what are the questions you may have about the GoldenEgg? Could they be similar to the ones below?
– what kind of “soft-boiled” eggs the GoldenEgg machine is capable of peeling? (how “soft” they can be?)
– considering that different chicken breeds lay different eggs, and the eggs laid during different seasons can have different properties, what aspects should be taken into account to use the GoldenEgg to its full potential?
– even when doing it by hand, freshly laid eggs and eggs that have been stored for some time can be more easier or harder to peel — is there any specific recommendation as to which ones to choose?
– are there any particular boiling techniques that can make it easier for the GoldenEgg to peel the eggs?
– what is the average peeling quality of the GoldenEgg (do the eggs coming from the machine still have some shells on them)?
– chicken eggs differ by color and size – which ones the GoldenEgg is better at peeling?
The class is Free, and its live broadcast is accessible by the link that will be sent to your email address after you sign up.
a link to the Class’s livestream will be sent to your email address 30 minutes before the start of the class
(NOTE: we are looking forward for, and would definitely welcome your watching the live broadcast, but should that be difficult, you would still be able to watch a recording of the class using the same link)
|Time (Japanese time)||Contents|
|4:05 ~ 4:40||A lecture on the “GoldenEgg” automatic egg peeling machine: specs, features, capabilities, limitations, tips and advice for better peeling performance and quality|
|4:40 ~ 5:00||Practical demo session: peeling various types of chicken eggs using the GoldenEgg|
|5:00 ~ 5:10||Q&A|
*June 3, 4:00 P.M. Japanese time will be:
June 3, 00:00 A.M. in Los Angeles;
June 3, 2:00 A.M. in Dallas;
June 3, 3:00 A.M. in New York;
June 3, 10:00 A.M. in Helsinki;
9:00 A.M. in Berlin;
8:00 A.M. in Lisbon
*Schedule and timetable may be subject to change
*The class will be conducted in English
How to register for the class
You will receive an email with instructions for how to log in to the Class livestream.
Please feel free to tell us about what kind of noodles you would want to see featured or any particular topic covered during the Class.