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  • Kept in the fridge.

    41 74.55%
  • Kept in the pantry.

    9 16.36%
  • Straight out the Chickens arse.

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    Eggs

    How do you store them?

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    Sunny side up ,

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    I'm here in UK at the moment, so they're kept on the worktop next to the toaster.

    When in Thailand they live in the fridge.

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    In a cupboard now ,, but in a previous life in the fridge ,, come to think of it eggs are about the only thing my new wife does not keep in the fridge

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    In the fridge. Too hot here in CM now to leave them out.

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    always in the fridge,
    What is the best way to store eggs?

    Buy refrigerated eggs and store them in the refrigerator as soon as your get home. However, even under refrigeration, eggs slowly lose carbon dioxide, which enlarges the size of the air cell and causes the yolk to flatten and the white to spread.

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    Who the hell has a pantry any more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    How do you store them?
    In eggshell.

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    Very expensive now, but you can get 10 for 25 baht at the markets; that's well under half the price of Big C.

    Fridge; last for ever; if they do go bad then it's a treat for the missus and her mother...

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    ^I quit buying those market eggs. Too much chicken shit stuck to them.

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    Eggs.

    Not all they're cracked up to be.
    Prefer the egg when it's grown up a bit, with roast tattties and sprouts.

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    eggs from chickens or ducks ?

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    Oh, I thought he meant ant's eggs

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    Unfertilised

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Very expensive now, but you can get 10 for 25 baht at the markets; that's well under half the price of Big C.
    88bht for 30 in Tesco lotut Betty

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    BTW think yourselves lucky around 1.25p for 6 here in the UK now thats nearly 120bht !

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    BTW think yourselves lucky around 1.25p for 6 here in the UK now thats nearly 120bht !
    60b??

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    in the fridge, dunno about eggs but apparently fruit lasts a lot longer in the fridge, especially with my padlock

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa View Post
    Who the hell has a pantry any more?
    I have two, but a lesser-educated mortal might try and refer to them as "cupboards", not realising that the reason they were called "cupboards" in the first place is that they were used for storing crockery and other glassware.


    Next dumb question?

    Re the OP: I like them fresh, but if kept, in the fridge.

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    In sailing days, pre-refrigeration, (or today if no fridge) sailors dipped them in wax, seems to have worked pretty well.

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    This is a daft thread by the lovestruck Neo. All fridges have those egg holders inside

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa View Post
    Who the hell has a pantry any more?
    I have two, but a lesser-educated mortal might try and refer to them as "cupboards", not realising that the reason they were called "cupboards" in the first place is that they were used for storing crockery and other glassware.


    Next dumb question?
    Excuse me, but a "pantry" is a walk in room where food and ancillary supplies, including crockery and linen are stored. A "cupboard" was indeed a place were cups were stored.

    Question was asked who the hell has a "pantry" - a walk in room. Not who has a pair of cupboards.

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    Try and keep up Arry :-)

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    A cup board was a board with hooks on to hold the cups and later was enclosed with a door on .

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    in the fridge, always in the fridge these days.

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