Probably bad if you are talking about water glassed eggs as it will scratch off the bloom. It is important that you not wash water glassed eggs as the bloom is a waxy coating the keeps the lime water from soaking into the egg (yuck).Would it be detrimental to pencil dates on the eggs? I pencil on the week number my eggs were laid to keep track of how old they are, should a carton get shuffled back of the fridge.
Probably not a problem if you just put them in the refrigerator. Washed (no bloom) eggs are fine there.
I doubt it. I've seen it work in glass, plastic and ceramic containers. The main thing you want is to make sure that it is clean, water-tight and hasn't been used to store chemicals previously.I wonder if an ice cream bucket could work for you. Does anyone know if it has to sit in a certain material, such as glass or tough plastic (5 gal nucket)?
I would also like to try this but have the same issue with containers?