At that time, Arasa OL is something that you want to have a “fashionable” feeling, if not a popular character. However, the die-cut and boiled egg-molded goods sold as deco-ben goods are all childish.
Therefore, we would like to introduce the egg-horn molder "Eggford". Not only can you mold a boiled egg into a square, but you can also add an animal pattern!
In a compact case that fits in one hand, there are stamp-like parts and 6 types of illustration plates. A cute animal pattern on the plate, just like the toys I used when I was a kid. The elaborate illustrations, which are rare for cooking goods, will tickle your maiden's heart.
I will prepare a boiled egg and make it.
This time I will use a rabbit plate. After setting it in the case, put the freshly peeled warm boiled egg and push the stamp parts vertically from above. Close the lid and leave it for about 20 minutes. If you want to mold it quickly, put it in the refrigerator.
I know the original illustration, so I can tell that it's a rabbit, but the expression is rather vague and it looks like a zombie. I thought that the egg was small, so I tried again with two plates
Although the outline is clear, something is regrettable. Although the eggs are white and difficult to understand in the first place, I thought that I was too particular about carrots, eyelids and other details, but I was disappointed, so I changed the plate and tried boiled eggs. Use 2 plates, take the plunge and leave for over an hour.
The shadows appear more clearly and the illustrations are easier to understand! But I think I don't need a newspaper ...
◆ Conclusion: The square is interesting enough
Therefore, it may be better to think of the illustration plate as a "bonus". Especially for lunch boxes, the moment you open the lid is the game (?), So it seems difficult to convey with white eggs. By the way, "hot eggs" are recommended in the instruction manual, but you can also make cold eggs (please take a longer molding time).
Personally, I like this cube type because it looks like a gadget, so I might buy it if Star ● O's design comes out.
If you turn the plate over and use it, you can make plain cube-shaped boiled eggs and rice balls! It fits nicely in the lunch box, so it's recommended. I think this is an ant because the idea of "always a round thing is a square" is novel.
The price of Eggford is 570 yen (excluding tax). You can purchase it at Tokyu Hands.