Okay, so the temps got way low last night (4 degrees at midnight) and even tho I keep a heat light in the hen house, I found some frozen and cracked eggs this morning. *My younger twin boy is really terrible at looking for eggs and it was his turn yesterday, so today I pulled out 32 eggs, of these 8 were frozen and cracking. I just automatically washed them and cracked or peeled them into a bowl to thaw, figuring that I would make a spinach quiche (the kids favorite). BUT my chef/hubby says that he was always taught to throw frozen eggs away. I can understand from a top restaurant veiwpoint that frozen eggs are bad, but are they really?!? Especially when they are so fresh, not carted around in trucks and loading docks for weeks! BTW, it was really cool to peel a frozen eggs and see the 'insides' keep their eggs form. I showed my son and he thought that once I washed it, the shell turned clear! Really cute deductive reasoning there! Looking forward to your opinions.