I wouldn't have bought them as I dread to think what conditions her hens are kept in to get as mucky as they were
Alison Thomas wrote:
Someone told me this "The problem with putting them in the fridge is that if you take them out and let them warm up then condensation forms on the outside of the shell (think bottle of cold white wine 10 mins after being taken out of fridge - if it lasts that long ) and with shells being porous any bacteria can then enter the egg." Makes sense I guess.
Joylynn Hardesty wrote:Sooo... if one was given unwashed eggs that were left unrefridgerated and reached 40* F and now have also reached 85* F this spring... likely condensation has happened. What are the chances that the eggs are still good?
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