I have some eggciting news. As we all know, peeling hard boiled fresh eggs is a major pain. I've tried all the methods-adding salt to the water, poking a hole in the end, adding baking soda to the water, standing on one leg, boiling the eggs at midnight when the moon is dark. None of them have worked for me. So, when I read about hard boiling eggs in a pressure cooker, I was interested. http://www.hippressurecooking.com/2011/04/hip-modernist-soft-medium-and-hard.html I don't have an automatic pressure cooker, so I did it in my pressure cooker/canner at 7 psi for 6 minutes and used my freshest eggs. The oldest one was 2 weeks old, and even so the eggs came out perfect. A couple, the membrane stuck a little bit, but the egg still peeled really well.