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osewme 04-18-2020 07:35 AM

Freezing eggs
We don't use a lot of eggs in our house but always need some on hand for baking, boiling, etc.
I did a web search & found that eggs can be frozen & I've tried my first batch last week. I haven't used the frozen ones yet but am sure they will be just fine. I didn't add anything to them...just the eggs.
I just cracked them open, scrambled them up a bit & put them in a small container (1 egg per container) and froze them.
I wish I had known about this when we had chickens. We had more chickens & eggs than we ever needed so I gave lots & lots away to my pastor's family who truly appreciated them.


Homespun 04-18-2020 07:52 AM

Thanks for the tip.

LAF2019 04-18-2020 03:24 PM

good to know. thanks

LogCabin82 04-18-2020 06:39 PM

My mom started doing this recently. She's used the frozen eggs in recipes and hasn't seemed to have a problem with them.

just_the_scraps_m'am 04-18-2020 06:57 PM

you can also water glass eggs, check out the homesteading family! This is so interesting! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTlcCvvUjl0

Mkotch 04-19-2020 02:46 AM

I used to have chickens, too, and froze them by whipping them up a little bit and then putting them into ice cube trays. It was easy to take out a couple of cubes in the morning, put them frozen onto a griddle, and make scrambled eggs or an omelet.

Jingle 04-24-2020 03:47 PM

Eggs don't last long around here. I love eggs. I could eat them three times a day. I don't but I could.

cgsumter 04-26-2020 09:35 AM

My husband and I have 17 hens. We get more eggs than we need. I feed my dogs one each every day to go with their dog food. The ones we don't eat or give away I will boil and mash up, shells and all, and feed back to my hens.

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