I received a box of shipped eggs today and was surprised to see how little care the shipper had taken with the packaging. Multiple eggs were broken, with whites and yolks mixed together and covering the few unbroken eggs. I know that people recommend NOT washing eggs that are going to be incubated in order to preserve the cuticle, or natural protective layer, but what would you do in my case? Will the egg be "sealed in" by a layer of dried yolk now? Should I just do my best to wipe the slime off with a dry cloth and then proceed with the incubating? Or would you recommend washing them at this point? Interested to hear anybody's thoughts. Thanks!