Joe <[email protected]> wrote:
> I find sometimes they peel easy other times the shell sticks to the
> egg. Any tricks?
One of those frequent questions. <g> Twice in the past 2 weeks I've used
this trick and it works like a charm every time. I need to develop my
pics so I can show what I did with them!
Plan ahead for HB eggs like I do and take the carton out of the
refrigerator at least 2 days ahead of time and let it sit at room
After that, it does not matter how long you boil them or anything else.
The shells will just slip right off after you crack them.
And no, they do NOT spoil!
I used to store hatching eggs at room temp for up to 10 days, just
turning the cartons over twice per day, prior to putting them in the
incubator so all my chicks would come out within a couple of days of
each other. It would take me that long to collect enough eggs from my
bantam hens to start a batch, but even the 10 day old eggs hatched just
as well as the fresher ones.
I've stored fresh eggs in my locker at work for up to a week prior to
consuming them raw. If I put them in the break room 'frige, they'd get
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