Freshness of Eggs

Tip of the Day:

To test an egg for freshness, place it in a bowl of cold water. A fresh egg will sink to the bottom. An older egg will start to skim the water’s surface. A stale egg will float and should be thrown away.


Bertha P said...

Speaking of eggs, I wanted to share a discovery I made. Eggs that have been pasteurized in the shell! I couldn't believe the great fresh taste.

I have young children, so I'm always so careful about handling eggs and not letting them eat cookie dough. Now though I don't have to worry about that.

I just wish more stores carried them. I don't understand why they're not everywhere?

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