Can you "rebloom" an egg?

FisherMOM

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I was trying to decide how to go about selling my duck eggs when I stumble across this farm that sells them online. They say that they REBLOOM the duck eggs???

Here is the link, you can read it for yourself.
I can find NOTHING online about this.
Has anyone ever heard of this technique?
I mean.. I get weird visions trying to figure out how this is even possible?


http://www.localharvest.org/store/item.jsp?id=10276
 

Opa

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I know a lady who "reblooms" her eggs with beeswax. Claims that they will last for over a year if she does that.
 

LocoPollo

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The bloom is the film that covers the egg when it is laid. It dries quickly and provides a barrier to bacteria and keeps in moisture. If it is washed off, the egg becomes significantly more susceptible to spoilage.
 

FisherMOM

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thanks. I knew what the bloom was, I just couldn't, for the LIFE OF ME, figure HOW you could rebloom an egg. I mean, geesh, I can't imagine trying holding my duck still for that long! LOL
 

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