5 Tips To Store Eggs


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Slide 1: Keep eggs in their original carton to protect them from absorbing strong odors from other foods in the fridge.


Slide 2: Store eggs in the main body of the fridge, not in the door. The temperature is more consistent and less likely to fluctuate.


Slide 3: Avoid washing eggs before storing them. The protective coating on the shell helps keep bacteria out and extends shelf life.


Slide 4: If you buy eggs in bulk, rotate them so the oldest ones are used first. This ensures freshness and prevents waste.


Slide 5: Don't store eggs near foods with strong odors, such as onions or garlic. They can absorb these smells and affect the taste of the eggs.


Slide 6: Keep eggs away from raw meat and poultry to prevent cross-contamination. Use separate shelves or drawers in the fridge.


Slide 7: If you have leftover egg yolks or whites, store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days.


Slide 8: Hard-boiled eggs can be stored in the fridge for up to a week. Keep them in their shells or peeled and in an airtight container.


Slide 9: Follow these tips to store eggs properly and enjoy fresh and delicious eggs every time. Thanks for reading our web story!