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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by gale65, Oct 20, 2011.
I only wash 'em if there's gloppy poop caked on. Otherwise, they go in the pan as-is.
i guess i'm the obsessive one here
i take a mr. clean magic eraser(no soap of course) and rub off the dirty spots on mine
then a quick rinse under very hot water
dont know if thats considered washing or not LOL
We do not wash any of our eggs unless a customer requests them washed (2 do right now) We do use a moist clean cloth to remove soiled spots if needed.
I rinse my eggs even if their clean I like a nice shiny clean egg though I skip some
Eggs are protected by the bloom and about 95% of mine are clean; I wouldn't wash the clean ones because I value the bloom. I will take a wash cloth, slightly warmer than the temperature of the egg, and wipe a bit of dirt off if I find one that needs it. Those eggs go to my dogs.
I don't wash because of the bloom. If they are dirty I will wash the ones I sell to others. But those are very few.
Same here. No need to wash clean eggs so why?
I don't wash the eggs either, neither do I refrigerate them. I think that cooking them will kill any harmful bacteria.