Monday, June 17, 2013

Which eggs are old, and which ones are safe to use?


I confused last Sunday about eggs in the fridge since working long hours again and not good enough time to spend in the kitchen. They were out of the boxes and I had no idea which one is old, bought earlier, fresh enough for breakfast or not.
The best way is keeping them in their original box in the fridge then see the expire date..
Anyway,here is one easy way of aging eggs I want to share with you guys.

Fill up the glass with cold water and put eggs in it. As eggs age, they lose some of their moisture and  begin to float in water.


1- Really fresh egg  - Lies on the bottom the glass, flat.
2-At least one week- One end bobs up a bit, it is older, but still good. You might use them baking,   also ideal for hard boiling. Because fresh eggs are impossible to peel.
3-At least 3 weeks-  Top end touches to buttom first but won't sit on the bottom. It is getting old.       I personaly don't use floating eggs - No matter float low or high!
4-A floating egg is a bad egg. Don't use it!

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The picture doesn't belong to me. (Kadınlar Sitesi/Women's Website)
 
Aria wanted an soft boiled egg instead scramled last Sunday and this knowladge from the site was so helpful! I used the older ones for a chocolate cake and decorated left over cookie crumbs:) 
I seperated  the eggs and had 2 eggs floating. I don't like wasting food though:(
 
Do you know any other way of aging eggs?
 
Upcoming recipies. Bell pepers filled with rice, cucumber&yogurt salad, another eggplant recipe(since I learned eggplant helps prevent colon and stomach cancer cooking it often) and more...
Spending time in the kitchen relaxes me..
 

22 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tips, I had no idea which ones could be bad. Eggs in our house usually are used quickly. Have a happy day, thanks for the visit.

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  2. Very helpful tips, Yonca!!

    Eggs don't have a chance to go bad here in our family of omelette fans!!!

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  4. I had NO idea about this - you always manage to make my kitchen better, Yonca! Thanks! :)

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  5. I never knew this trick! Thanks so much for the tip. I've always kept eggs in the egg carton. If I didn't, I'd surely end up with a bad egg now and then!
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  8. wonderful tips, yonca!
    i had no idea about this.
    thanks for the great tips!

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  9. I never knew that. I didn't know you could find out by floating them in water. Very cool tips! Thank you :)

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  10. That is a great trick. I had no idea how to tell if eggs were still fresh. I don't buy them often and usually keep them in the carton but even then I wonder sometimes if they are still good.
    Thanks Yonca!

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  13. I've never checked an egg but I suppose I should do that!

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  16. Yes ladies! I wouldn't need a check if all eggs would be in their original box as usual, before started to work but I am working 10 hours so.. not eveything is under my control lately. I'm OK with that. At least I ended up with aging eggs.Lol, I might find a pair of socks instead eggs in the fridge with a man and a11 years old boy though :)
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  17. This is such a very useful post! Thanks for sharing!! I will start using this from now on.

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  18. Like the others, Yonca, I've never heard of this. Of course, I just did show and tell for my daughters and our egg passed the test! :)

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  19. This is the method my mom always used :) It works great!

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  22. Wow! This is really good to know. I had never heard about this before. Will definitely use it in the future if needed. Thank you for sharing!
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