- Jun 13, 2013
One of my customers has complained of watery eggs and I am wondering if anyone knows what causes this? I have 6 RIRs. I don't wash the eggs before selling them (unless they really need it) and have explained to my customers that by not washing them, they will last longer. She, in turn, has told me that she does not wash the eggs before cooking them(which I have a hard time even imagining). What would cause the eggs to contain water? She says she breaks her eggs directly into a skillet to cook them but says there is water in them. I can say that sometimes the eggs are as much as a couple weeks old when she gets them. Please help!