I have read a lot of good things about this book so I got the kindle version. I was looking through it tonight and it was interesting how different her egg handling recommendations are compared to what people here do. She recommends that if any eggs are slightly soiled they should be washed and dipped in a bleach solution, and if they're soiled any more than that they should be discarded. I see that a lot of people here just wipe off any soiled spots and don't sanitize. She does not recommend washing clean looking eggs btw-and never mentions washing them before using or anything like that. But the most surprising was that she only recommends storing eggs in the refrigerator for up to 5 weeks (unless you have a refrigerator that maintains a high humidity, which most modern ones do not-then it's 2-3 months) and she writes that 1 week in the refrigerator is the same as 1 day on the counter, so following that logic, eggs shouldn't be kept on the counter for more than 5 days.