I have a problem. I have chickens that give me fresh eggs. Now almost everything about fresh eggs is really really good. But when you boil a fresh a seashell does not separate very well from the white.
I have been told that older eggs work better for that.
So my research question is How old does an egg need to be before it makes a good peeling hard boiled egg.
So I collected eggs from the 1st of January 8th of January 16th of January. And I'll boil each of them for the same amount of time and see how well they peel. I'll do that each week and then I will have a result.
Item then come up with findings and implications. I love it when we can make research a fairly straightforward process.