One of our favorite blogs, The Prairie Homestead, has a really wonderful post about freezing and storing eggs.
Why freeze eggs? Sometimes you have more eggs than you can sell or eat. Finding a way to preserve those little gems is important.
The mineral oil method is useful only if you preserve them within 24-hours of laying. Also, oiling eggs renders them useless for baking, the oil interferes with the foaming properties of the egg whites.
But, if you’re looking for an easy way to preserve eggs for eating or baking, Prairie Homestead recommends freezing them.
It’s an easy process, and the only things you’ll need are a freezer-safe container and a bit of honey or salt. You could also try using an ice-cube tray to make measured egg-cubes.
Eggs preserved this way can last up to 6 months.
Here’s another technique from Youtube.com:
» Via: The Prairie Homestead › How to Freeze Eggs
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