4bf8f11bb1 Can I refreeze the part that remains? Reply Karrie says: August 29, 2015 at 7:56 am Usually my rule of thumb is not to refreeze anything twice because it usually takes away from the taste. AWESOME!!!!! Thank you for this post! Reply Paul says: January 9, 2014 at 8:38 am Freezing your eggs is great if you are storing them up to a year. Reply Gwen says October 14, 2011 at 8:21 am I have seen too where you can use an ice cube tray to freeze, then pop them into a ziplock bag! Each cube = 1 egg!! Too fun! Thanks for reminding me! Reply Judi says October 14, 2011 at 10:22 am I have been experimenting with this! I have frozen them in ice cube trays, I have put fresh eggs into our extra fridge, and I have packed them in salt. If they are stuck tight just have the container sit in some warm water for a minute and they should pop right out. Next time, break your yolks and stir in a pinch of salt for each one before you freeze them. Thus the reason to refrigerate it, to slow the bacterial growth& but again& supposedly 45 days even if farm fresh but washed.
You should be able to find recipes online for fermented or pickled eggs. At the time of freezing it, I was SURE I would remember what it was& 7. Reply JoeKaye says: October 10, 2016 at 3:24 pm Lately, the price of eggs varies here from as low as 88 cents a dozen to as much as $2.79 a dozen (go figure). Whites: Break and separate the eggs one at a time, making sure that no yolk is mixed in with the whites. Would really love to know, because this is such a helpful idea. Do you know if this effects the nutrients of the eggs? I know that they are delicate when it comes to heat, but wonder about very cold temperatures. Our family loves eggs and eats them almost every morning.