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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by goatkeepers, Aug 26, 2008.
We keep ours on the counter top. How long is it "safe" to keep them, before they go bad?
Ours last about a week...because they are eaten! Other than that, I heard a couple weeks.
Yup two to three weeks should be fine on the counter. That's what we are going to do...heard they are MUCH better before being refrigerated.
We keep ours in a bowl on the counter, and usually, they're used within a week. I asked my Gramma about keeping eggs out, she said in the old days, they'd keep them at least three weeks. I think they bake better if they've not been refrigerated.
An egg ages more in 1 day on the countertop than it does in 1 week in the fridge. I wouldnt eat it if it has been out on the counter for more than a week.
I have a thing about rotton eggs...(a childhood thing)
I date them with tiny numbers with a pencil, and keep them in the fridge. When I have too many, there is a lady up the street that will buy all I have. Do they bake better on the counter? I might have to try it.
I keep mine in the fridge and when I know I'm going to bake, I take out the number I need about 2 hours before.
Gosh, I read here somewhere that store eggs are 5 weeks old!!! ???