Could you share a picture of your ceramic caddies? Or a link to what they are if that is easier.I refrigerate. I have egg storage drawers as well as ceramic caddies so I can hold 7 dozen on 1 refrigerator shelf...
I store them unwashed in a corelle bowl or egg carton on the table or counter. My research indicates they will not go bad for at least several weeks (a month or more; even the most conservative recommendations are for 2 -3 weeks.) So far we have eaten them within about ten days and can't tell a difference between the freshest and oldest. I haven't boiled any - a difference will show up there first, I think.How do y’all store your eggs? Shelf, skelter, basket, something else?
If stored at room temp, how long before they’re bad?..
Pretend bonus points if you have pictures!
I was thinking about storage drawers for the fridge. If they’re good 3 to 4 months, I’ll probably store the majority that way. That would be plenty of time to have them used by.I refrigerate. I have egg storage drawers as well as ceramic caddies so I can hold 7 dozen on 1 refrigerator shelf - if I add a standard egg carton (enough room to squeeze one sideways) that bumps it to 8 dozen.
I expect my eggs to stay good for up to 3-4 months refrigerated & unwashed - in fall, I slow down usage and start saving up eggs so I'll have hopefully enough to get through winter without having to buy any.
My mother in law has the same reactionoh my god!
I love a cool house, especially when I’m sleeping.freezing!
67* all year round for me.
the only exception being in the winter, the heat is off from 10pm-5am because it’s good to sleep in a cold room. it gets down around 60, but it’s back up to 67 by the time we’re up and eating breakfast
I’ve definitely been called crazy a few times. Hahaand he’s right. you’re all crazy!
if i’ve gotta wear more than shorts/sweats and a t shirt when i’m home it’s too cold.
They look like this:Could you share a picture of your ceramic caddies? Or a link to what they are if that is easier.
I use one of these, and arrange them so I know where the newest/oldest eggs are
I’m actually not a big egg consumer and between 5 laying chickens they fill up pretty quick in summer!
ZOUREMART Household Egg Fresh Storage Box for Fridge,60 Eggs Drawer for Refrigerator,Double-layer Eggs(or Duck’s Eggs) Storage Container,Clear Plastic tray. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08VJ4XJ19/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_K1W7PE42VWXS1G1FJW6Y