Egg inside egg

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by 1sttimr, Aug 19, 2013.

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    That was crazy! Poor Rosie.....ouch!!!

    I want the egg holder that guy has! I must find one.
     
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    If you find the egg holder, let me know! I want one, too!
     
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    Fantastic! Thanks for the links!!
     
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    BTW I didn't know you didn't need to refrigerate eggs until they were washed!!
     
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    ChickensRDinos Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I leave mine on the counter as long as they are dry and not cracked and just wash them before I eat them.

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    Mine are unwashed and on the counter, in a basket. I like the skelter because if you're careful, you can make sure the oldest are eaten first. Right now I just write the date on my eggs in pencil, but it's not really necessary because we're only getting 3-4/day, and we eat them almost as fast as they're laid.
     
  10. Oh my gosh, that was crazy! Poor girl!!
     

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