Quick tip: Are those eggs fresh?


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Being a food lover and a homecook, we all know how necessary eggs are in cooking, especially in baking. I always love buying new eggs every week when I go to the supermarket, not storing many of them in the kitchen because I think eggs should be fresh when you use them. But what if you’re not sure if your eggs are fresh or not? With this post, that problem will be solved 😉

This will be quick: Place your eggs in about 4 inches of cool salted water. The ones that stay on the bottom are fresh. If only one end tips up, the egg is less fresh and should be used soon. If it floats, it’s past the fresh stage. Super easy, right?

After that, place them in order to make sure that you use the less fresh eggs first and so on ^^ I hope you all enjoyed this quick post and see you in the next post xoxo

Love, Trang Quynh

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6 comments

  1. Eva Taylor · March 6, 2013

    Those are great tips.

  2. Terra · March 7, 2013

    Này t k biết đấy!!! Cậu cho vào chậu nước muối rùi nó nổi lên thì cất đi dùng mấy quả chìm trc ah??! :”>

    • trangquynh · March 8, 2013

      k a, dung may qua it tuoi cang nhanh cang tot chu :))

  3. Karen · March 8, 2013

    Nice tip. We are so lucky that we get fresh eggs from our friends each week.

    • trangquynh · March 8, 2013

      You’re so lucky Karen, personally, I don’t like to store too many eggs so each week I will buy new ones, but getting fresh eggs from a friend is such a great chance 😉

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