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Old 09-23-2017, 10:25 PM
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Default Store Eggs for 8 months

No refrigerator needed

https://youtu.be/yUYgguMz1qI


http://vintagerecipesandcookery.com/...e-water-glass/
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Old 09-25-2017, 12:14 PM
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Very interesting. Can keep eggs for two years, so at least one year for sure...
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Old 09-25-2017, 12:33 PM
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Yes very interesting indeed.
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Old 09-25-2017, 12:40 PM
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Just be careful. The potency of ye ancient herbalisms was much stronger in yesteryears.

I had a problem with the salted green beans recipe. Needed to use more salt than instructions called for.
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Cool stuff. I wonder what they cook like after two years. The same? Kind of hard to believe there would be no change at all.
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Wow..gonna have to give it a go at it ....
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If something goes wrong , your liver and kidneys will shut down from bad things. I know this for a fact as it happened to a person i know.
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You can always store your eggs in a hen...they last for years that way.

interesting videos none-the-less.
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You can also just wipe them with a coating of vasiline. Ocean cruisers have done this for years. You need to do it to fresh from the farm eggs. The key is keeping them sealed from the air. It won't work if they have been refigerated.
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You can always store your eggs in a hen...they last for years that way.

interesting videos none-the-less.
Thats how i do it. I have 14,000 eggs stored on the hoof.
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Yeah, I also like to keep the eggs inside the hens until ready for use.

I've kept clean unwashed eggs in the fridge for over 3 months and they were fine.
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IIRC, there was a doomsday preppers episode in which the prepper coated her eggs in mineral oil and said they would last 18+ months.
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Yeah, I also like to keep the eggs inside the hens until ready for use.

I've kept clean unwashed eggs in the fridge for over 3 months and they were fine.


Washing them takes off the coating which allows you to keep them longer


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Chinese would preserve them in sulfur. 1000 year old eggs;-)


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