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Hi

Rubbery I don't ever get...do you use a high heat? Holderread adds a tiny bit of water to the psn and covers it to steam the eggs.

I keep ours in the basement - bring them up into the frij as needed, and always float test any older than a week in case of unseen cracks. What feed do you use?

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post #22 of 22
I think the smell is probably them going bad, rotten eggs smell like sulfur. 50° is not cold enough in my opinion, they should be kept in the fridge asap unless u know u will be eating them within 2 weeks. If needed just get one of the little mini fridges to put in the basement. Good luck
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