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Eggs washed in cold water

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Ok, just a question. My daughter needed two dozen eggs for school today to make crepes. We dont wash our eggs when we store them, just rinse them before we use them. Well we've had a lot of rain so we've had some muddy eggs lately. Before I sent them to school I rinsed them all, using a new sponge to get them clean, dried them and sent her on her way. I just realized that I used cold water to rinse them. They will be cooked all the way, but now im worried. Should they be ok since they will be cooked or should I just go by her two dozen and drop them off to her on my way to work? Ahhhh.....
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You are over thinking this. They will be just fine
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Originally Posted by OrganicFarmWife View Post

You are over thinking this. They will be just fine

I agree.
2 Buff Orpingtons, 4 Black Sex Links,. 1 Golden Retriever, 1 "old man" cat and 2 Betta.
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2 Buff Orpingtons, 4 Black Sex Links,. 1 Golden Retriever, 1 "old man" cat and 2 Betta.
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OK! phew!! Thanks so much!!!
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They will be fine I wash all 30 of my eggs from my 32 Golden Buff hens every day before I put them in refrigerator.  When I boil or make breakfast I use same eggs no more washing. Been doing same way for about 5 years now. No problem, oh  my kids use these eggs to   

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