Keeping Eggs Fresh

When I put new eggs in the fridge door, I take a felt pen and put "smiley faces" on the oldest eggs, so they get used first. Also, it's kinda nice to see a smile when I open the door!


By Maile from Onalaska

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September 4, 2004

My mom told me she keeps eggs longer by turning her carton upside down once a week. This keeps the yolk in the center of the egg instead of it falling to one end as it ages.

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September 17, 2004

Have you ever bought eggs from the cooler in the store and by the time you get home they are sweating, then you put them in the fridge and they stick to the styrofoam carton? Well, when you get home take them out of the styrofoam and put them in a cardboard egg carton that you have saved. The cardboard egg carton won't have the sticking problem. By Katz

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June 23, 2012

How long will eggs last when refrigerated?

By JS from Des Moines, IA


June 25, 20120 found this helpful

Eggs can last a good while, even up to about 6 weeks if they are terribly fresh to start with. I wouldn't put that to the test though, 2 to 4 weeks is maximum and that's just my opinion. I buy eggs and don't use them all that much / quickly and they last a good while.

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