I will be selling eggs through our small village's general store. I am required to pasteurize. But what about cleaning them? Let the pasturizing process do the work? Should I actually scrub them first? I've always heard washing drives germs into the shell. I've rarely bothered to wash our eggs prior to personal use. The natural bloom on the egg protects them from all but the worst bacteria contamination. I'd rather not pasteurize, but I need the market. Suggestions, please?