Storing Eggs

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May 2, 20050 found this helpful

Storing eggs with the large end up will keep the yolks centered.

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May 3, 20050 found this helpful

I store my eggs not in the door of the frig but way in the back of the frig where its the coldest. They stay fresh longer. Eggs like to be cold.

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By purejewel (Guest Post)
June 6, 20050 found this helpful

the dates on eggs are approximate expiration.. if an egg is bad it floats in salted water.. if it is good it sinks to the bottom.

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August 22, 20050 found this helpful

Keep your eggs in their original cartons til time of use, so they'll not be exposed to the changes every time your refrigerator door is open. They'll keep fresh longer.


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August 31, 20050 found this helpful

Place a date on the carton with a freezer pen so that you will know when you bought them.

When selecting eggs in the store,look for the eggs with the most bumps on the shells. These are the freshest eggs. As the shell gets older it thickens and loses it's bumps.

Place eggs in a deep bowl of cold water if not sure how old they are. Those that float to the top are old and should not be used.

When placing boiled eggs in the fridge with raw ones, use a marker and mark the carton. Don't use indelable markers to mark egg shells. The shells are porus and will allow the harmful ink to contaminate your egg inside. Keep all the boiled in the same carton.

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