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Ok so I was having a think today and wondered, Where does everyone store eggs? Does anyone know where you are meant to store them? I always keep mine in the fridge, but I know at the supermarket they are just on the shelf and also at the egg farm so just wanted to know.

Posted by tilly, 27th May 2014

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  • In the fridge as it’s just easier with storage and keeping them away from the kids

  • In the fridge,they last longer that way,i used to have ducks and they gave us plenty of eggs,so i used to store them in order of being laid

  • I think once they’ve been in the fridge they need to stay there.. but yeah I keep mine in the fridge too..

  • In the fridge. Keeps them safe from breakage.

  • in the fridge they will last longer. just remember if you buy refrigerated you cannot then store un-refridgerated as they will then spoil quicker

  • We live in North Queensland and it can get quite hot here! So ours are always in the Fridge.

  • I keep my eggs in the fridge and always have. Now supermarkets also keep in the fridge section. I think it’s personal preference tho

  • I keep mine in my pantry.
    I’ve never had an issue & my eggs always taste great.
    My partner & I were debating this not long ago so it is great to see others thoughts :)

  • In the fridge in the carton is best for eggs, especially in summer.

  • Eggs have a shelf like of about 6 weeks so check the use by date carefully. . In India, and they leave them on the kitchen bench and no one seems to get sick from them. I think it is a personal preference but I keep mine in the fridge.

  • you don’t need to store them in the fridge. We mostly have ours in the fridge as I don’t have room on the bench top for them.

  • I keep my eggs in the fridge with the carton for the use by date.

  • In the Fridge.

  • I store mine on a shelf in the kitchen but I use them quickly.
    I was told if they have been in the fridge then they must stay in the fridge.

  • They last longer if you keep them in the fridge. You just need to bring them to room temperature if you are baking. All other cooking it doesn’t matter.

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