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Very often I see an article in a magazine or news page "reporting" things I have known about for thirty years already . So , I want to start a thread for those . Like this one from NPR today :

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2014/09/11/336330502/why-the-u-s-chills-its-eggs-and-most-of-the-world-doesnt

I wanted to name this thread "No Shit , Sherlock !" but thought I would keep it decent .

 
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I am a shelf egg eater, here in Italy we don't refrigerate. I'm glad you posted the article, hoping it's well written, I read somethings for the first time and found them interesting. I didn't know about countries that refrigertaed eggs.
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