The short-order cook at the diner I frequent is always busy, so when a gym rat comes in and asks for an egg-whites-only omelette, I know he gets pissed. Those of you who have separated an egg the old-fashioned-way know why.
What Antonio needs is an egg separator, like the one designed by Toronto-based Tommy Hawes. We spotted Hawes' Crack concept on Coroflot, and he makes the process as simple as possible: You insert an entire egg into the device, shell and all; you cap it and twist it, which causes a camera-shutter-like aperture to slice the shell open at the top; you ditch the shell top; then you invert the entire thing, allowing the white to drain through the strainer, which traps that bodybuilder-unfriendly yolk within.
What's that, you say, you can't make out the text in the photo above? Well then maybe you should click on over to our awesome new Coroflot, and check out the large image in all its high-res glory!