Just kidding. But it is similar.
We crush and rinse the egg shells to make sure all the egg white is off of them. Then we soak the egg shells in water for 2-3 days usually. Then we use that water to water our plants. I use it particularly for the spider plant, but also for the pot of spinach we are growing outside. I have noticed a big growth spurt specifically in our spider plant since I began to water with the "egg shell tea."
Egg shells contain water soluble nutrients such as calcium, potassium, and phosphorus. Soaking the shells allows me to quickly extract these nutrients and feed them to our plants. Egg shells are also alkaline, and thus using this water somewhat increases the pH level of the soil which is beneficial to some plants.
How do you use egg shells?