What do you do with YOUR eggshells?
The average person eats about 150 to 200 eggs annually. That’s over a trillion eggs per year! They’re also beneficial for us, consisting of 95% calcium carbonate, which makes them very similar to our teeth and bones.
It comes as no surprise then that eggs help strengthen our bones and protect the enamel on our teeth. But ask yourself this: What happens to all those eggshells? Most people typically throw them in the kitchen trash or down their garbage disposal.
But the next time you crack some eggs to make an omelet, consider this: An eggshell is more than just a practical receptacle for the deliciously nutritious yolk and egg white inside. It’s a prime example of nature’s perfect packaging.
And in fact, they can come in very handy around your home and yard. Stick with us and find out about 8 genius eggshell hacks you’ve never heard of!