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Tips for Using Farm Fresh Eggs

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Access to farm fresh eggs is on the rise with the popularity of farmers' markets and backyard flocks. This is a page about tips for using farm fresh eggs.

June 26, 20131 found this helpful

This is a page about cleaning farm fresh eggs. Commercial eggs are cleaned in the processing plants. However, if you buy farm fresh eggs you may be wondering how best to clean them.

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Many small farmers and backyard chicken keepers advise that unwashed eggs can be kept at room temperature for up to 30 days. Once washed, according to the University of Wisconsin Extension, they need to be refrigerated at between 35 - 40 degrees F and are typically good for 6 - 8 weeks. This is a page about, "What is the shelf life of free range farm eggs?".

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When eating fresh eggs, you probably don't expect to encounter a yolk that tastes bad. A bad tasting yolk is surely going to ruin your meal.


This is a page about what can cause fresh egg yolks to taste bad.

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This is a page about cooking with farm fresh eggs. When eggs are very fresh, they can look and cook differently than those bought in the stores.

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